If you're looking for some world class outboard EQ's then you definitely want to check out these two products by Millennia. The Millennia NSEQ-2 and STT-1 feature some identical sections. The EQ sections, in fact, are almost identical. The standard Millennia EQ is a 4-band parametric EQ that gives users the options of either a class-A vacuum tube signal path or a class-A solid-state alternative, for more transparency. If you’re using the STT-1, you’ll find that you can swap between tube and solid-state in both the input and the EQ section, giving you more tone versatility. Both feature an LF and HF bands that can be switched between shelf and peak. The STT-1 has two mid bands that use a continuously variable frequency that is between plus or minus 15, while the NSEQ-2 has a selectable range of between 10 and 20 dB. The mids have a wide Q at 0.4 and a narrow Q at 4.0.
Need to make some very precision cuts to your audio track? Then Millennia’s EQ is just what you need. Since it’s nearly identical on the NSEQ-2 and STT-1, you’ll find that both work very well for editing. The EQ let’s you define a very exact area for tweaking, or you can add wide sonic changes. Just find the trouble frequency and, with a few clicks, remove it completely. The EQ here is really versatile and can be used in almost any recording format.
When it comes to audio equipment, sometimes a piece of gear is more suited to one or more types of instruments. However, the STT-1 and NSEQ-2 are both very well rounded devices and work well with piano, guitar, drums, wind, or brass. Easily clean up frequencies or go all out and add color and tone to your tracks.
For more information be sure to check out the Milennia website: http://www.mil-media.com/