Elk said"Big, heavy handed EQ does not work when mixing and mastering. And it does not work in a system. I suggest running away." In my opinion, you are completely wrong at one here and there will be bay EQ in the circumstances you call here ELK. It's not all you look up there is the "golden truth" EVERYTHING you often try to make it sound like that. Ps is not a pernicious attack by you, but on the cavities you encounter. I think you've never learned to use an EQ, because it's not the most sensitive one.Your opinions trigger a question - How much experience or how much is your knowledge of the processes - master recording - mixing and mastering? It seems like it's very small on me. hugs and kisses - More love from Denmark.
Why is it phrases such as " I’ll move on" and “Anyway back to the DMP” always actually mean “I’ll beat this to death until you agree with me” and “I will keep arguing until I get the last word?”
My opinion merely differs from yours. For me, this unit is revisiting ground which was well-tread 25+ years ago with tube buffers (and with subsequent component circuit design) and 40+ years ago with loudness contour controls on 1970’s receivers. Neither worked then. Big, heavy handed EQ does not work when mixing and mastering. And it does not work in a system. I suggest running away.
But, as I have repeatedly stated, “There is nothing wrong with inserting such a processor if this is what you like” and “if people like the end result this is all that matters.” What other acknowledgment do you need?
If you like the component, great. I would not touch it, especially not in a decent system. Two different opinions.
And just pick up the equipment you drive with just so we can get an idea where you move your hand in a sound manner.