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Warm sounding mic pre (or channel strip) any ideas?
Old 16th December 2008 | Show parent
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Warm is 40's and 50's, then it stopped.
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Old 16th December 2008 | Show parent
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🎧 10 years
I just tried my sm7 through my new jlm audio 1290 and its one of the most warm smooth sounds ive ever had.

also sp t3 and a cascade fathead combo on an accoustic guitar through it was quite pleasing.

i like it over my dakings, i used to use a pacifica as well and i like the 1290 better.

of corse it all depends on the sound source.
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