This works just fine and all that. It even has (an attempt at) the slight high end bump of the LA2A. It sounds nice. But I have this question for Waves, and sometimes it kind of bugs me.
The original TG12345 desk is pretty darn famous. The Beatles’s Abbey Road and Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon were recorded using it. It’s a fascinating history and it’s worth looking up on the Abbey Road Studio website or using google. Now, it’s time for you to make history using the plugin…
I put this on, pushed a few sliders — and wow, my mix sounded just like Chris Lord-Alge! OK, now that all the “purists” and “elitists” have had their little laugh…
So, raise you hand if you’ve used a Neve 2254… Anyone?
I wonder if the way the plugin tests out is the same way an actual .17 console would test out? I assume the waves engineers have done their homework!
Both of these plugins sound good, I just lay awake at night wondering which actually sounds most like a real 1073.
I like the .37 much better than the .51 for what these are meant to do — gimme some vintage.