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Old 20th November 2009
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ua la610 or daking pre amp

What would you suggest for making house music?

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Old 20th November 2009
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dunno about specific preamp for "house" music. but of all i tried my synths sounded best on Great River and API, beatboxes too.. i went with GR. seemed to work with most sources. cannot recommend enough. whoever comes to my studio to sing, record guitar or something... comments on the sound of the pre.


it also works great with ITB sources. i've routed VSTi numerous times, out of the DAW, thru some analog processing like Mutator or BBD delay, and back thru GR, with GSSL on insert. with all this it comes back helluva better and more 3D, than what i started with. when i have the patience to repeat this several times.. whole ITB part of my mix get more 3D from the cumulative effect.

i need more preamps so i can do this quicker - on more channels simultaneously. hell, i would buy a 8ch GR if there was one, and of course, if i had enough juice to get one.
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I have the UA LA-610 that I got pretty recently.

I really love it for my music in my studio.

the 808 sounds great going through the 610.
any synths get fattened right up.
it's pretty amazing.

wouldn't track everything through it though.
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You run the tracks from your computers into the line inputs on the pres, or through an attenuator to get the signal down to mic level, and then through the micpre?
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i would get the daking
i like ua compressors
i do not like ua mic-pres



be well


- jack
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fragletrollet ➡️
You run the tracks from your computers into the line inputs on the pres, or through an attenuator to get the signal down to mic level, and then through the micpre?
I use the Hi-z input on the front, from my synths..

it's got a really simple EQ that just works for most things I want to do with it, and the compressor is awesome - also depending on how you set the gain, you can get a bit of overdrive inside it (one reason a lot of mic people don't like it) and the whole thing really fattens up synth and drum machine audio nicely.

though I already said I wouldn't run everything through it. that would be a bit much.
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