http://www.greweb.c… EQ-2NV - Great River Electronics
I love Analog EQ's. Nothing Itb sounds quite like the classics. I'm thinking about adding some Great River transformer mojo to my hybrid process. The EQ 2NV is on my radar.
ive had the Great River hooked up with the fmr using the patch jack.
but now where does the voiceworks go?
and what wiring do i need and how to hook it up? :confused:
I'm relatively new when it comes to external gear and routing so help would be greatly appreciated!
I run a small home studio which is mainly setup to record vocals. My current preamps are UA Solo610, Focusrite ISA One digital and PreSonus Eureka.
I been using forums for quite a few years now and everyone seems to rave about the Great River ME-1NV preamp as being something quite special!
My question is would the Great River be a noticeable step up from my current pres?
I would mainly use it to record vocals but on occassions I record asoustic and electric guitars and basses.
Just posted it on the front page, looks really nice.
The MixMaster 20 is multi-faceted product designed to interface with any DAW. Combining features that allow tracking and mixing within the same unit, the MixMaster can be considered a small format console.
The MM20 also provides the engineer with a total of 16 transformers within the unit. This allows for the much-needed musical tone that is so missing, yet needed, in the world of DAW recording
Looking forward to reviews
I know it is not for sale anymore but is a very highly sought after and apparently pure sounding mic preamp.
How do they sound compared to the original MP-2?
I need a preamp for recording vocals.
Is anyone familiar with either the Avalon M5 or the Great River ME-1NV?
These are the two I'm debating between. They are basically the same price.
I look forward to hearing any thoughts,
I want to double check something with the experts. I'm looking at the 1NV and the 500NV units. The GR sites says about the 500NV: "All specifications and performance details are identical to the NV series preamplifiers with the exception of size, weight, patch jack, -10dBv Out." Size, weight and patch jack aren't a big deal to me. But the 500NV doesn't have the -10dBv out if I'm reading correctly, and that feature enables "no latency DAW monitoring", so that's what's missing from the 500NV. And that makes the 500NV 500$ cheaper than the 1NV apparently.
A buddy of mine let me borrow his Great River Mp2nv and I fell in love with the thing however there is one thing bothering me. When he's tracking a song from his motif xs to Pro Tools he always has the impedance switch in. He's tracking everything from kick, snare, guitars, bass, piano pretty much everthing is with the impedance switch on.
Is this a good thing?
hey guys I got a Great River Mp2nv going into a Ua2192.
Which mic in your experience sounds sweeter with the Great River Mp2nv
Aplication is acoustic guitar, vocals, and percussion.