Dangerous Music BAX EQ Channel
The Dangerous Music BAX EQ Channel borrows seeds of inspiration from Peter Baxandall’s legendary 1950’s tone control that has graced hundreds of millions of hi-fi systems.
First utilize the high and low pass filters: Cut 12 Hz to eradicate infrasonic content that devours headroom and achieve more dynamic range. Remove 70 kHz to take the brick wall filter burden off the converters and feel more air. Then craft broad, open curves and gentle sloping dips for effortlessly musical tracks.
The minimized phase delay design provides broad tonal control that will not alter the intrinsic sonic character of the source: instrument, recording path, stereo buss or final mix. For example, in tracking applications, add shimmer to a vocal without disturbing the character of the artist, microphone and preamp. On the stereo buss, tighten up the low end while accentuating the air. For mastering, craft sheen and punch without sacrificing phase accuracy.
With the Dangerous Music BAX EQ Channel the Dangerous design team has sculpted a unique sonic signature for the 21st century that gives you a whole new tool for tracking, mixing, and mastering.
The main features of the Dangerous Music BAX EQ Channel include:
- Stepped Controls Throughout for Accuracy and Repeatability
- Broad Q Shelving for a Natural, Open Character
- 7-position High Pass and Low Pass Filters on Relays for Phase Coherency
- 8-position High and Low Frequency Select
- 5dB Cut and Boost Controls in 1/2dB Step for Precise Control
- Track, Mix, & Master, Never Overwhelms the Source Material
- Frequency Response: +- 0.1dB from 10Hz to 20kHz, +- 0.2dB from 1Hz to 80kHz
- Maximum level: >+28dBu
- Noise floor: <-92dBu band limited from 22Hz-22kHz
- THD+N: <0.002%
- IMD: <0.003%
- Crosstalk rejection: >105dB