Harrison® 32C Channel EQ
Harrison® 32C / 32C SE Channel EQ
The Harrison 32C / 32C SE, is one of the best musical tools I've ever had.
You can shape any sound extremely but in a musical way, really sweet, really fat, really crispy, really punchy !
One of the best and useful plugin you can get. Awsome...!
Great Plugin; Very Musical
I've never used a Harrison console and probably never will so I can really offer any comparison from the plug to the actual console. I can say that I've used it on a new mix, tried it on a lead vocal and before I was done, all the artists vocal had the Harrison EQ on it! Its extremely musical!! I found myself really dialing in good settings in a fraction of the time I do using a fully parametric EQ. This EQ really makes you use your ears and those four bands to hone in on a good sound. Really like this EQ. I def recommend adding to, and using in, your next mix
Groovy plug in
I really like what this does to source. I love the sound.
This EQ is sweet and tough with a terrific midrange. One of my best EQs. I'm very happy with my purchase.
Harrison EQs get it DONE.
Ok so I threw a serious of UAD demos on my drum buss, and went through them one by one. I loved the Neve 31102, and the Helios and the 1073. These all had color and tone and lots of attitude.
But the Harrison... it just opened it up. Opened the track right up, even with very minor moves of 1.5 dB boosts at 200Hz and 12k. I kept coming back to it because it added this dimension that the others didn't. It was the very "can't-put-into-words" feeling you get from transcendant gear.
You need this in your arsenal because it sounds like nothing else. I get the legacy behind it now, and I'm saving up for the hardware 500 modules. A MUST HAVE!
Vintage coloring EQ
I really love the sound of the coloration of this EQ. I use it for my drums, synths and for cutting of below 25 hz on my master channel and adding some high frequency where needed. My favourite EQ atm.
Harrison® 32C / 32C SE Channel EQ Plug-In
surprising as the original, great, precise, the best product on the market, as always
Every EQ emulation UA has made available has impressed me completely. I'd purchased several already before I auditioned the Harrison 32C. My bad. While I won't claim this EQ is better sounding than their Neve or API offerings (it's not, just a different flavor of awesome), I will say it's the most flexible. With all it's overlapping frequency bands, this EQ can pretty much fix or flatter any sound you run through it. And I haven't found any application it doesn't sound great on. This beautiful, buttery EQ will make any instrument, synth or sample shinny and mud free (this thing also sounds incredible on my mix buss). My advice: buy all their EQ's. BUT, if you can only afford one, this is your baby.
I've tried a bunch of equalizers and all of the UAD one's. The Harrison is the best for vocals, of course in my own opinion, but it's clear when cutting or boosting any frequency, (but adds good color) , even if you raise or cut it over 6db (If Nessacary). These are well worth the buy. The only thing I'd like for the Harrison to have more of, is bands.
Amazingly smooth colourful EQ, lots of sonic sweetness. One of the finest high frequency bands I have ever heard from an EQ. Sounds very analog from low band upwards. The filters are beautiful, really responsive and full of tone. This is a proper boost EQ, and it's almost impossible to go wrong, even when radical boosts are applied. When I use this Harrison EQ, I can almost hear the same sweetness and air as used to mix the great MJ albums. You can really hear that fine air on Michael Jacksons vocals, and the overall smoothness of the mixes thanks to this EQ and the console itself. One of the best EQ's...thank you UA!
The magic on drums tracking
I don't know what it does but it is like a beast on drums.
I almost use it on any drum particle and it brings up what I need. I have SSL E CHANNEL
and NEVE 88RS CHANNEL but I'll never use them again on drums because it takes so much longer for me to achive what I do by HARRISON than those two.
If I knew it would push me forward this fast I would have buy it so much sooner and I'm so sad I missed it on my past mixes.
I extreamly recommand it to all UAD users. Maybe a little old but one of UA's best modellings in my opinion. Thans again UA.
Harrison 32C Plug-In
Harrison 32C Plug-In is very nice change sounds, good job niversal audio.
Smooth and powerful.
I'm new to ua's modeled hardware plugins. The first thing I notice, is that the Harrison is extremely smooth. There is no distortion or harshness when boosting which is unlike other standard eq's I've used. Love it!
No Nested Knobs!
This thing sounds great. I demoed it when it first came out and wanted, wanted, wanted it. Got it two weeks ago and can't live with out it. It does stuff that sounds good. I try to keep from getting too technical.
An excellent piece of UAD gear
I got the Harrison 32C a month ago and I love it.
It really sounds great on almost everything. It also comes with a bunch of presets authorised by Mr Bruce Swedien, emulating his settings on some of the best sounding albums of all time. That alone makes it worth every penny :-)
An excellent piece of UAD gear.
Harrison EQ 32 out of 10 stars
AWESOME, EASY TO DIAL IN.... I use it on everything!!!! The 32C SE allows me to save DSP on my UAD-2 Cards, now thats awesome........
BANG FOR THE BUCK EQ!!
I was sold really when I read that this EQ was basically the same one from the desk of the dude who produced the album "Thriller". I mean how much more do I need to know, not much. SOLD This EQ has a really nice warmth about it, the knobs are very simple to understand, awesome vintage look, and some really interesting preset starting points i'm assuming were taken from Mr Swedien's desk when they were doing all the calculations to make this awesome virtual magic. Also comes with a SE version like most awesome UA plugins do in order to same a guy some DSP whenever we can.
holy moses, this is the first time i can hear a eq plugin sounding different to others, this one has character, adds lots of colour, rich and fat, this is love at first sight!
On the tail end of mixing an album and I couldn't stop going back to the Harrison for almost every track. Extremely versatile for almost The low-mids and mids are superb for bringing out vocals and guitar (especially electric and distorted guitar), and the high-end does wonders with synths. Too my surprise (cover your ears), it even sounds amazing when boosting! :p