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Aural Excitement (7 Mix) - Remmus - Aural Excitement (Vinyl)

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  1. May 14,  · I actually have found some use for the aural exciter patches in my effects units. I find that the remaster of the Beach Boys' "Surf's Up" album lacks some of the high harmonics that are on my vinyl copies, making those magical harmonies lose a bit of .
  2. Apr 26,  · 1) The mix was not that good and needs some kind of "magic" help 2) The mix was very good and they are demanding a "loud" master and the Aphex seems to be one of the ingredients which is helping in that regard In the first case, wouldn't it be better to remix? In the second case, I've found plenty of other ways to add "excitement":).
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  4. (Incidentally, some of the more recent Aphex Aural Exciters have a 'big bottom' circuit in them, but I've never been much enamoured of that, so I wouldn't personally buy one just for that either.) In terms of when to use an Exciter, it's best considered as a mix effect, rather than something to record through.
  5. Aural tests are administered by the examiner from the piano. They are the same for all instruments, use the same group of tests, and are carefully graded from basic recognition of rhythm and memory of short phrases to tests demanding well-developed aural perception and discrimination. The pass mark is 12 and the maximum mark is
  6. Mix 2 provides the original’s insert mix (wet/dry) behaviour. The AX Mix control is labelled 0 to 10, but when adjusting, a digital display pops up enabling accurate setting to two decimal places. In Mix 2 mode, there is barely any audible treble enhancement at all from settings of 0 to , between and there.
  7. Apr 03,  · Aural exciters can certainly enhance the presence and clarity of a song, but with great excitement comes great responsibility. As with any effect or technique, one runs the risk of overdoing it. Mixing with EQ can get most mix elements where you want them without resorting to using an aural exciter. Still, exciters might add that little push to.

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