Urie 565 Filter Set - How good is it?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Mr Funk, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. Mr Funk

    Mr Funk Guest

    How much use would this be in a project studio? Would wavesplug-insbe more successful at removing noise etc? Is the Urie quiet by today's standards? Is it worth trying to bag one for about £150?

  2. ggoerss

    ggoerss Member

    Jun 26, 2003
    I use these quite extensively in film and forensic work and find them indispensable.As much as i like the waves products they dont come close to the urie.Depending on your application it really is a good buy
  3. paul lani

    paul lani Guest


    for , if you want the best analog filter check out
    the lafont cinema filterset. its world class and bassical
    a little dipper on steroids. you would be supporting
    the french though. beyond that, tight Q filters in the
    plug in world i would suggest , mcdsp b1, sony
    oxford eq type 2 , and tc eq sat. those will help
    you sliver out anything.
  4. Guest

    I'm sure the folks at lafont cinema have as much influence on french foreign policy as stealth or I have on the US's. Or maybe we could just change the name to "freedom filters". :roll:
  5. paul lani

    paul lani Guest

    ha ha !!
    i like that littledog jr.
    and lafont might want to consider frog filters :)
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