I really need good advice! feedback or anything that can help me choose between these 3 Channel Strips.
I can buy any of these and I need to get one fairly soon. I think I’ve read almost everything online regarding these Channel Strips, but the votes are so 50/50, so can’t make up my...
The Premiums are SPL top mic-pre's. They are loaded with Lunduhl trannies both in and out, plus these ones have the secondary out for redundant tracking etc. If you are looking for 8 pre's in a rack, these are amazing for drums and other acoustic tracking projects.
I'm giving this 8 channel...
been hmmming and hawwwwing over this for about year now im looking for another passive eq, i have a minimassive and a massive passive i find those two worlds apart. the massive has serious heft and i find it coloured in a good way but doesn't work for everything. the mini is my favorite eq bar...
Not sure exactly what the correct term is, which is probably why I can't find an answer online, but does anyone know how to trim an extremely small part of an audio file? I've tried zooming in, changing the main counter to "min:sec", "bars:beats" and then "samples"...but still, it doesn't give...
I have added some SPL Premium Mic Pre's to my mic pre arsenal [="http://spl.info/produkte/rackpack-modulsystem/rackpack-8.html"]RackPack 8: Sound Performance Lab[/]. Other than sounding truly wonderful, they have two line outs that could be used for a variety of things including parallel...
Looks like SPL is making something similar to the Dangerous Liaison, Check it out:
SPL MasterBay S - The S-Class Patchbay
Traditional patchbays are very useful to distribute signals. However, when it comes to mastering, many engineers wish they had...
Anyone here have any idea if there is a software (Windows7 based system) to take midi data for a song, add markers or something, then be able to export the regions as separate midi files (midi format 0)? I have a bunch of songs that I would like to build some drum loop archives for practice...
Just thought I'd mention that I've been using the SPL MTC 2381, Monitor Talkback Controller for a year now and it is excellent. I'm really happy I bought it and highly recommend it. It does exactly what its supposed to do and the sound quality is excellent."Stereo volume, source and...
The SPL Passeq Analog Code has just been announced.
I have the SPL Passeq hardware (real thing) and its amazing. It costs $5300.00 and now there is a plug-in for $199 USD.
Please let us know how you like this.
Man, SPL makes some really fine gear and the Phonitor sounds pretty cool. I can see how I could appreciate this when you are tracking and midi programming in your control room like I do all the time.
Check this out.
Here is a press release that I just published. I find it especially interesting and timely because I am really jacked up over OTB summing. Now this has just been released.
Maybe some of you might want to chat about this here.
Here is the article...
Okay, I'm taking the high road. After so much reading this past year on analog summing amps, then finally listening to some samples, its definitely what I need. This unit takes that ITB closet sound (I've been going nuts trying to overcome) and opens your mix up into a warm fat sound. No wonder...
I've had my eyes on the Cabulator for almost a year. SPL is going to be at AES booth 361. If anyone has the opportunity to try this at the show or other SPL products like their Rack Pack stuff ... Please chime in.
For those who don't know about this:
I have the Cambridge, Realverb/Dreamverb, Fairchild, Pultec, Pultec pro, 1176,LA2A, Prec Lim, Prec EQ, Plate 140.
I know this is a very personal decision, but I can not decide if I should get one of the great Neve plugs (and which one) or the SPL Transient Designer. I've heard great things...
I was looking at this;
I read all that, I searched the web and read all the stuff that didn't seem like trash.
I couldn't find any user reviews.
I noted that the RO price is the lowest I could find, so I thought...