Below his audio interface and above the other UA
Although Avicii produces mostly using software, some hardware such as this Universal Audio LA-610 Mk II preamp and compressor can be seen in his studio.
This preamplifier and compressor is underneath Mark's left studio monitor and Avalon Compressor in his video with Toolroom Records.
On his side rack to the right, there is a Universal Audio LA-610 MkII preamp.
In this tweet, besides the Space Echo, LA-610 is also visible.
Marc Kinchen shared this picture of his studio rack which includes the Universal Audio LA-610 Mk II.
Adam Young posts a pic of his LA-610 Mk II and says, "Old favorite preamp."
Can be seen beneath his left A77x speaker.
In this Instagram photo of Eddie Thoneick's home studio producing setup, above the displays (little bit to the left) you can see he uses the Universal Audio LA610MKII channel strip.
This item can be seen at 34:35 into this video.
New setup in the studio. Amazing sound!
Can be seen in this photo
"Acoustic instruments run from a Shure UHF wireless into two Pendulum Audio SPS-1 preamps. The signal then flows into a Universal Audio LA-610 MkII tube-equipped recording channel before heading to the front-of-house mixing console."
the item can be seen @ 3:45 above the Neve 1073
At 0:39 in this video, speaking of a song he produced, Alex Metric says he "compressed it really hard through the LA-610".
You can see the UA LA610 in the rack of Antoine Clamaran's studio
In this video, Pitts puts his signal chain in the description, in which this device is mentioned.
s1 has a ua la610 racked sitting on his desk in an behind the beat interview for 50 Cent's "My Life.
Starting at 2:33 into the video, we can see a black UA LA-610 MK II preamp sitting on the computer desk to the left of her Mac
"I love my Universal Audio LA610 compressor/limiter and mic preamp"
This overall seems really good but you need to sync the Gain of the Interface with your DAW so that it wont clash with the bass and Kicks
the 610 is really about tracking live instruments, and most of all vocals... not that its not cool for dance music, but it excels at helping tracks stand out in a dense rock band situation. want to kick some ass with it? run a synth into a guitar amp and mic it up thru the 610 for a standout lead line with a little room on it.
I am sorry guys, but can someone tell me what these are used for?
Easy to use channelstrip. Has all what it needs.
I really need to swap the tubes as many gear friends have suggested it and that it makes a noticeable improvement. Happy with how it is now for the most part
One of the best purchases I've ever made as a front end channel strip for my studio.
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