Join production wiz Eli Krantzberg for a comprehensive look at NoiseAsh’s Need preamp and EQ collection, which is based on some of the most sought-after Neve designs in history. Eli covers the 31102 console EQ, the 533 EQ, the 73 console EQ, the 84 console EQ, the 81 console EQ, and the preamps (73, 81, 84, and 31102), explaining each parameter and demonstrating each one’s sound in various musical contexts so you can hear them in action. These NoiseAsh videos are designed for new users of the Need collection. After welcoming you to the course, Eli starts off with the 31102 console pre-EQ, breaking down the various controls and parameters and letting you hear it on several different tracks in a small mix. The 533 EQ follows, and you’ll learn how to manipulate all five fully parametric bands, the mid/side processing, the even/odd harmonic control, and more while Eli demonstrates it back-to-back with the 31102 so you can hear the difference. Next, check out the 73 console EQ and hear why this is one of the most famous preamps of all time, along with a few enhancements that make it even more versatile than the original hardware. The 84 follows, which includes, compared to the 73, an enhanced filter, Hi Q options for the mid bands, and selectable frequencies for the high shelf.
The remainder of the NoiseAsh course looks at the other models, including the 81 console EQ (including steeper filter curves, optional low and high peak bands, etc.) and the preamps (all four models demonstrated). If you’re looking for extra mojo in your tracks, the Need collection is a no-brainer, and there’s no better or faster way to learn how to use it properly than with this video course! Before you can say “Neve emulation,” you’ll be ready to start infusing your instrument and vocal tracks with this legendary British voodoo audio sorcery. Check out the individual Need Collection video tutorial descriptions for more information and inspiration. Let the sonic goodness begin… Watch “NoiseAsh Need Preamp & EQ Collection Explained®” now!
What You Will Learn:
-Parameters and control functions for each plug-in model
-The differences in sound between different EQ models on the same mix
-How to add varied levels of grit, saturation, and other effects with the various preamps
-Adding mid/side processing, even/odd harmonics, and more with the 533 EQ