This is a great eq! Very much worth the money and sounds great! I love that roll off, great to take out unwanted frequencies!
This is the only Uad plug that I have purchased so far. I demo'd pultec pro, fairchild, and this all at the same time. I had to choose one of those plugs that would benefit me most and I chose the Cambridge. Why? Well the first thing is that Cambridge jumped out at me as a very versatile tone shaper. The filters can be very smooth, phasey or any where in between. Not to mention that it is like a candy store for filter types. Play for hours. I saw another review where someone mentioned dsp usage as high. Not true. I can hit about 25 cambridge's in mono. That's a lot of shaping at your disposal. My favorite all purpose eq that I've tried which would include waves( reg. and ren.), too many host eq's too mention, q-metric etc... Not that I didn't want the Fairchild though....
The first computerized EQ that sounds warm. Use it for everything. But where Cambridge shows its strange is in the mastering process (because its warmth). The filters sounds good.
It is also easy to use. The only sad thing about it is that it eats much UAD power
Well I sold my Grandmother to a balding taxidermist to buy the Cambridge EQ, and I've never regretted it. You won't either! buy now to avoid the Men in Black :)
Fabulous. During the evaluation I built a track and used this eq on the bass and finalizing bus.
When the eval ran out, I tried for days to recreate what I did on other eq's, and could not duplicate the quality of the cambridge adjustments. I have tried a lot of EQ's (including the Timeworks EQ) and the Cambridge is hands down the best sounding eq plugin I have ever used.
If you try a pultec on something, and it just won't do what you want, the cambridge is the only thing that can better it, and only because of the added precision.
In a nutshell, your tracks will simply end up sounding better.