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"I think with effects it’s actually quite similar to synths. I just try to buy stuff over the years that has an interesting character and adds a unique element to the overall sound, and the URSA MAJOR certainly does - that’s a very odd sounding unit," says Ulrich Schnauss, at 3:45 in this video for Future Music Magazine.more
"Other than that reverbs are very important and other effects such as my Space Station, which I have two of: One original from the 70’s and a newer version which came out a good ten years ago and essentially does exactly the same thing. Those are the secret weapons which get used time and again in pretty much every mix. With the vintage Space Station which gives a great 3D feeling on basslines like almost no other reverb or delay device I work with," says Hannes Bieger at 6:34 in this video.more
"Yes. I use Reaper for everything. I love Reaper. During the process for Dive, Cakewalk just wasn’t working anymore for my flow. As far as preamps went, pretty much everything was the UA 6176 vintage channel strip, plus UA 610 preamps and a UA 2-1126 compressor on the end. And then I used a Chameleon Labs 7602 MKII (microphone preamp) for the grindier parts of stuff that I had to push harder, which is like a solid state. And I also used things like Ursa Major (Space Station) reverb, and some analog space-echo delays."more
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