In our first article on analog summing, we gave you a quick explanation of what summing is and an example of the difference between analog and digital summing.
Even if you liked the sound of analog summing, it may not make economical sense for you to gear-up for it. The investment can take you into the multiple thousands of Dollars / Euros. And so, in many home studios, it will make more sense invest into better acoustic treatment, better microphones, pre-amps, monitors.
That doesn’t mean you can not get a taste of the warmth, separation, 3D that putting your ITB mix through a high-end analog signal flow provides. A number of studios provide this service for a per song fee.
Our sister site The Summing Station is one of these.
As it is a sister site, we will not make any subjective judgements and calls.
We can say that the gear used is quite impressive: Antelope Orion 32 into Burl B32 Vancouver into A Design Hammer into Burl B2 Bomber…
and that sales conditions are risk-free:
- 24-hour turnaround
- 7-day money-back guarantee
The best thing for you to do is to give it a try!
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