Boasting its own distinct filter shaping, yet with unmistakable Neve sheen and bite, the Neve 31102/SE EQ Powered Plug-In provides another step in the evolution of classic Neve EQs. Originally featured in the Neve 8068 console, the 31102 EQ was used to mix one of the best-selling debut albums of all time, Appetite For Destruction by Guns-N-Roses. Artists ranging from Primus and Metallica to My Morning Jacket and The Red Hot Chili Peppers have also called on the distinct tone of the 31102 EQ in the studio. Universal Audio’s officially licensed and endorsed Neve 31102 EQ Powered Plug-In delivers the same sonic experience as its analog cousin with exacting detail. Three-band active EQ and High/Low filters offer enhanced tone-shaping possibilities and a feature complexity that sits squarely between its legendary cousins, the 1073 and the 1081.
In this video, we go over the 31102 EQ in detail, and interview Grammy-Award winning engineer Mick Guzauski.
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