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Noah Mintz

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A couple of mastering items for sale
« on: February 07, 2005, 01:33:36 pm »

Thanks Brad for giving me permission to post this.

I have 2 NEW discounted items for sale. Both of these are unused and come with a full warranty.

Sintefex FX2000 w/ 96khz and Analog I/O. The focusrite liquid channel is based on this. I can tell you that it's one of the most unique and amazing things in my rack (mine is not for sale this one is new)see more at http://www.sintefex.com
$3199 NEW is an amazing price for this.

SPL KULTUBE. A great sounding mastering compressor. See more info: http://www.soundperformancelab.com/kultube/in_short.html
Chris Gehringer at Sterling Sound uses one. http://www.sterlingsound.com/home/engineers/eng_info?&ob ject=main[contact.notedisplay.detail]&id[1]=136&cont act_id=136&form_tpl[1]=equipment.html
$1699 NEW

I can take Visa, Mastercard, Paypal, MO and first borns.

Noah
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Re: A couple of mastering items for sale
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2005, 03:55:12 pm »

Wonder who'll get the Sintefex, Noah? I'd quite like a second one to be able to run two sets of samples, but other things are taking priority gear-wise at the moment.

Thanks to Dave Davis via the MWB I've now discovered that the FX 2000 makes an excellent colourless digital EQ and compressor in addition to its other talents - don't you just love it when you think you know everything about a piece of equipment and some new gem feature pops up? I'd be intrigued to know what Mike Kemp and colleagues are cooking up in Portugal at the moment.

As far as the Kultube is concerned, I had one for review in mid-2002, liked it a lot and can see why mastering people are expressing an interest. Stand-out moment of the evaluation period for me was discovering that the manual was written in splendid 'Germanlish', so the distortion control was described as rendering the signal 'infinitely variable to desperation' - as I said at the time, maybe not so badly translated after all.

All the best with your sale.
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Re: A couple of mastering items for sale
« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2005, 08:29:25 pm »

Nigel, have you ever tried the "tube mic" sample on program material? I use it when I need the kick to pop a little out of the mix. I've analyzed the signal and it actually distorts the bass a a little and creates a some top frequency phase shift. Strange but sounds very nice and that's all that matters.

Have you tried any of the samples from the sintefex fan site http://sintefex.pitonelab.ru/ ?

Noah
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Re: A couple of mastering items for sale
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2005, 05:54:07 am »

Noah Mintz wrote on Tue, 08 February 2005 01:29

Nigel, have you ever tried the "tube mic" sample on program material?

Have you tried any of the samples from the sintefex fan site http://sintefex.pitonelab.ru/ ?



Haven't heard the tube mic sample, though I once found a use for 'Marshall stack' on a track for Defenestration where they wanted the whole thing to go to total distortion at the end - in the word of our moderator, kewl!

As far as Pitone Lab are concerned, I've not checked out their samples but will do at some stage as there are a couple of interesting boxes there such as the Weiss, of all things. I notice they haven't got into EQs yet: Mike Kemp told me that Pitone would need coaching and a software toolkit (which he was willing to provide) should they want to do a full replication as opposed to a series of snapshots.
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