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The Perfect Stereo Bus Mixing Chain?

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Comments (27)
  1. Terry Doyle says:

    Interesting. I was just looking at a snippet about a compressor they have built with motorised pots! These guys are definitely doing interesting stuff. It does sound very good, so here’s hoping I win the raffle!!! 🙂

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Thanks very much @plap-disqus-c75b6f114c23a4d7ea11331e7c00e73c:disqus!! You Rock! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  2. Ben Perry says:

    Thanks Warren for another informative video, nobody out works you that I can see. We live in amazing times my friend we have rovers running around on Mars, cars that drive themselves, full blown computers in our pockets that also make phone calls. I think the engineers can make a quality piece of equipment that emulates the legacy gear of the past and do it cheaper and maybe even better. So for me at least I am on the amazing train and enjoying the ride. I love analog legacy stuff but like you I am a cheap or maybe thrifty? I recently purchased a line6 Helix LT ( the less expensive one) and for my purposes its every bit as good as any of the legacy tube amps/effects it emulates. I have already sold one of my Fender tube amps and probably sell a couple more. Not everything new is bad or stark sounding-cheers!

  3. Jonathan Borja says:

    wow im one of you huge fan more power waren and godbless you always

  4. Seba Lucero says:

    Many thanks Warren, it’s an excellent review. Tegeler Audio Crème Compressor / EQ sounds amazing!!!

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Thanks very much @seba_lucero:disqus! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  5. Ron Mockridge says:

    Hi .. Don’t know if anyone else has downloaded the samples, but win zip on my system has encountered an error on these
    and I’m unable to listen ? Many Thanks !

  6. John Polo says:

    Thanks warren, watched the review, and downloaded the files and had a listen….. great review, and fantastic unit. Nice song by the way.

  7. imsrprod . says:

    This is really cool. Thanks for doing this. I have a few questions:
    May I ask do you use the Pultecs into the SSL or the SSL into the Pultecs.
    Also, when you say you run your mixes hot, how hot do you run them into your Pultecs if that’s what you use before the SSL.
    Are those Pultecs tube based?
    Lastly, is there a way to get this mix without the ending processing SSL/Pultec? Be interested in comparing it to few units here.

    Again, thanks for taking the time as always. Also the Tegeler sounds really good.

  8. Andrew De Leon says:

    Very impressive Tegeler! As always, thanks for the awesome content and insight Warren, your a true champion! The Tegeler would definitely elevate my mixes to another level! Thanks for the marvelous opportunity!

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Hi @DrueX:disqus!! Agreed 100%! I really was impressed! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  9. SAMUEL ANDERSON says:

    Hi Warren, Could you provide untreated samples so we an test against our own gear? Thanks! Sam

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Hi @disqus_IP0zSOk8Ia:disqus this full mix went through my console! I will see if I can print them as cleanly as possible in the future, although the gain make might be quite different! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  10. Javier says:

    Excellent review. The comparison is great and the tegeler looks and sounds amazing!

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Hi @disqus_9HdIWLTsdN:disqus agreed! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  11. Kurt says:

    Hi Warren!
    Thanks for your ongoing great reviews!
    I´m just wondering why you didn´t levelmatch the files you offer for comparison.
    I´m sure you know that already half a db louder will always let you think it is the better sound.

    I suggest to levelmatch files like that using RMS with the Gain Plugin in Pro Tools.

    Cheers
    Kurt

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Hi @disqus_NyyLErsiv4:disqus Thanks for the message! I’m not sure what you mean? The units were set up identically, so the differences are the performances, please feel free to turn them up or down to suit your own ears. Obviously the differences between them is quite evident. Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

      1. Kurt says:

        Hi Warren!
        Well! Different units can´t be set the same way. You mentioned that yourself during testing and one of the differences in sound of the testfiles is that the Tegeler opens up more on the high end which could be caused by the highshelfed EQ set to pos. 2.
        Anyhow. I´m sure you know the fletcher munson curve. Because of the fact we hear the midrange best we will alway have the feeling that louder signals (0,5 dB is enough) are brighter and fatter.
        For that reason it is very important to levelmatch a comparison as good as possible if you look after the different qualities of tone.
        If you don´t do so you will always have the feeling the louder is the better.
        That´s what I meant.
        But don´t get me wrong. I think the Creme is great and probably one of the best units you can get in terms of value.
        Next to that the people at Tegler are really great. I got to know them personally as I had a booth next to them on a SAE Convention in Berlin. Michael ist great fun too!

        Cheers
        Kurt

  12. Roar Hoogdorp says:

    I think you’re right, the Tegeler sounds better in my ears, right from the start. It has nicer balance in the entire spectrum.

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Thanks very much @roarhoogdorp:disqus!! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  13. Frank says:

    What is the default bandwidth on both frequency channels since it doesn’t have a Q control like on the Pultecs?

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Hi @disqus_qn7KbOy6RN:disqus!! That’s an extremely good question, it’s very musical though! I’d have to check their site to see! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  14. Ron Kolpak says:

    Wow, Warren! What a cool product! Thanks for letting us know about it. This just may go on my 2018 wish list. Cheers!

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Thanks very much @plap-disqus-13fe9d84310e77f13a6d184dbf1232f3:disqus!! Agreed, amazing! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  15. David says:

    Thank you Warren, I’m going to look seriously at this piece. It does sound pretty amazing, might be a wonderful addition. 🙂

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Hi @plap-disqus-2e65f2f2fdaf6c699b223c61b1b5ab89:disqus! I agree, an amazing piece of equipment! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

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