I find it difficult to resist the urge to put it in every chain of every track... ! (I don't do that of course, but the urge to EXPERIMENT is definitely present...). It's like heroin to a junky... just try it across the stereo buss for any song that you have called up on your DAW... turn the knobs while the track is playing... you hear that...!!!???.... "GOTTY...!!!!".... lmao.... now you're hooked...!!! Sit down before you fall down... ponder the possibilities... now go back... remove it from the stereo buss and just add it to the Guitar Buss, or the Keyboards, or just the Low-End.... OMG...!!! now you have to decide the best way to apply it to THIS song because - as you know - every song is different... ENJOY !!!
I picked this up a few days ago while working on a mix and looking for new ways to make the vocal pop and give it that "pop sheen". So far this thing has been incredibly impressive at achieving what I was after.
It is also dangerously intoxicating. Very easy to over use it. However, when used with discretion I've had spectacular results.
While I was researching it prior to purchase I came across a Tape-Op article that explains what it does & how- outside of a few of my own anecdotal thoughts there isn't much I have to offer to improve on their piece.
Here's the link for that piece:
If you're wondering why you (or I) would buy another EQ this article covers all that ground & more. Solid read.