Kush Audio Electra | Media

Analogue Equaliser

Published in SOS March 2014
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Audio files to accompany the article.

Hannes Bieger

These files accompany Kush Audio Electra article in the March 2014 issue of SOS

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The following audio files demonstrate the Kush Audio Electra EQ in use.


In these examples, I'm gradually improving a pure and rather dry-sounding vocal recording with the Electra EQ. Note how the shelving filters add weight to the signal and open up the top end!

01. Original.

02. Low-cut.

03. Low-cut, low-shelf.

04. Low-cut, low-shelf, high-shelf.

Moog Bass

A true Minimoog bass-line always sounds good in its raw shape, but that doesn't mean it can't be improved! This example shows how the two low bands of the Electra EQ add even more thundering bass. The last pass shows a playful approach with the meaty filter-sweep through the entire midrange.

01. Original.

02. Low proportional Q.

03. Low proportional Q, low shelf.

04. Low shelf, high proportional Q sweep.

Bass Drum

Electra excels as a problem solver, too. This sound file shows how the EQ can improve a flat, thin bass-drum signal with, again, quite thundering lows.

01. Original.

02: Low proportional Q, high proportional Q.

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