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Avalon VT-747SP
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Avalon VT-747SP

Multi-Effects Processor from Avalon .

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smart sound masteringsmart sound mastering

Avalon VT-747SPPublished on 01/30/10 at 12:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Analog rack lamp, XLR connectors + 4dBu, compressor + EQ passive East mastering. While the 19 "2u

USE

Getting very simple hand, when we know how a compressor course.

NOTICE GLOBAL

Use 2 weeks in the studio mastering, I really like the EQ (which does not blow in passing a hair !!!), interesting compressor, slow I would say. Pleasant ergonomics. Good quality price ratio, which is sometimes sincerely DCRI but there is something in the EQ that I found elsewhere. Personally I love it! Coupled with a massive passive and compressor type elysia is happiness!
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StudioAmphoreLyonStudioAmphoreLyon

Compressor multi task

Avalon VT-747SPPublished on 09/05/10 at 07:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Tube stereo compressor with an option not actuated transistor switch.

Analog connectors

UTILIZATION

This compressor is an incredible machine, we get the desired sound after some manipulation, as long as one is accustomed to hardware compressor.
May seem complicated for novice

SOUND QUALITY

impeccable sound reproduction, even if the user using colored lights pretty sound.
The trick is to know what it is used.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for over 2 years is an incredible machine, the sound palette is very broad (especially thanks to the "Chain" compression.

This compress is used both in compression parallel insert comp.

it's true that it's an investment because the animal......
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Tube stereo compressor with an option not actuated transistor switch.

Analog connectors

UTILIZATION

This compressor is an incredible machine, we get the desired sound after some manipulation, as long as one is accustomed to hardware compressor.
May seem complicated for novice

SOUND QUALITY

impeccable sound reproduction, even if the user using colored lights pretty sound.
The trick is to know what it is used.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for over 2 years is an incredible machine, the sound palette is very broad (especially thanks to the "Chain" compression.

This compress is used both in compression parallel insert comp.

it's true that it's an investment because the animal still costs 2400 euros, but it is a good investment.
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  • Manufacturer: Avalon
  • Model: VT-747SP
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 11/03/2008

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Other names: vt 747sp, vt747sp, vt 747 sp, vt747 sp, 747sp

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