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Hardware you find most essential
Old 6th July 2020
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Hardware you find most essential

Hey Jens!

I'm curious what hardware units you find most essential to your workflow/sound? And the applications in which you would find them the most important?
And what situations would it not matter to you?

Old 20th July 2020
Hi, The mix hardware I would take with me to an isolated island would probably be my speakers and my beloved LA2 that I never managed to replace with plugins.

The latter is on most of my lead vocal tracks. But I don't have too many "must haves", I use what's available.
The coffee machine is extremely important, though. Strong, or stronger.

The most important thing while tracking acoustic elements (including vocals) is the room, IMO. For vocals, the mic is very important, though. It seems to be almost a lost art, cutting good sounding vocals. The same goes for the control room while mixing, more important than the speakers.
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