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distressor vs. trakker
Old 15th July 2007
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distressor vs. trakker

any thoughts? which would you get first?
real life session choices between both?
cheers!
Old 15th July 2007
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sorry, can't help you on the trakker. i've used the distressor plenty though, and i absolutely love it.
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cheers
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Two Totally Different Beasts! They Both compliment each other quite Nicely.
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I have two Trakkers and 3 Distressors. I LOVE what the Trakkers can do in stereo. But if I was only going to have one unit, I'd have to go with the Distressor. They sound great on lots of stuff and can impart their own signature in a way the Trakkers can't (not always a bad thing- the Trakkers can squash the piss out of a signal without killing it like a Distressor or an 1176). Check out Nathan's suggested reading list. Also check out the archives of rec.audio.pro. When both units were new to the market this thread was beaten threadbare.
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