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 Post subject: interesting
PostPosted: Tue Jul 30, 2013 5:15 pm 
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:roll: Again my apologies for not frequenting here as often as I should. Lately I've been helping a young band out, letting them use my old PA rig and sound engineering for them (free of charge). Just wanting to give something back and all that.

:roll: Anyway to my point. I have always recorded with the EQ flat, adjusting it in the mix. The track I'm doing at the moment I EQ'd on the input and it just seems to bring the recording much more to life. It could be because I'm EQing the analog wave instead of the digital representation. Don't know, but have others found this and could others try it and let me know

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 Post subject: Re: interesting
PostPosted: Wed Jul 31, 2013 5:58 pm 
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Hi Bobby, helping out young musicians (or old ones :) ) is much more important than visiting any forum! I don't know exactly how the effects processors in the G work, but I do know it is in real time and in my honest opinion they work quite well. That said, I do believe that recording as close to what you want as possible is always better, as the G probable is the culprit in any signal chain. Besides, there can or cannot be a logical explanation why one of the two options is better... experiment and experience always beat theory. That's why it's nice and useful to read other peoples experiences.

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