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« this will take your work to another level.. love it »

Published on 05/08/12 at 22:56
The Electrix EQ Killer is a rack able piece of gear that almost any musician or engineer can appreciate. it’s a smaller unit but provides a very big analog sound. The EQ Killer gives you total control over the transforming the sound you want to get out of it. It can really change the frequencies and do it better than a lot of built in ones that come in softwares today. This is one piece of hardware that is not only affordable but can really make your music go to a different level. I usually only use the built in eq parameters that come in fl studio and cubase and sometimes in pro tools but when I get a chance to use the Electrix EQ Killer you can almost tell just by being a listener that something different was used in my work.
Some of the effects are a wah sound as well as some powerful filtering (analog).


UTILIZATION

The elecrix EQ Killer is very easy to use and understand as long as you have a basic understand of some of the functions most eq’a have. Plus its hardware so its all right in front of you with knobs that you can play around with to get something that you will really like.


SOUND QUALITY

The Electrix EQ Killer will help you easily get the sounds out of the way that you don’t want there and lets be honest. A lot instruments and sounds have certain frequencies in them that don’t mesh well with your project, well with the Electrix EQ Killer you will have no problem filtering them all out and getting the best results while doing so.


OVERALL OPINION

Overall, its worth the buy. Especially if you have never used an analog Eq before. It will be a little different at first but once you see how much more powerful it is that the basic built in ones in your software you will tell the difference right away.
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