Hello guys and happy Analog Heat owners!
I will buy an Analog Heat anytime soon to use mostly as a sound finaliser on my setup’s master out and I’m curious how it will behave that way.
I would like to hear (and if possible measure) examples where the Analog Heat is used as a mastering device to reduce peaks adding RMS and just a bit of character. The idea is to gain as much RMS as possible without cranking the sound. It will be great to listen to wet and dry samples of full mixes coming directly from your setup’s master out.
I already listened to several examples but on most of them the distortion is very noticeable, what is cool… but not what I want right now. Now I just want something subtle like something you’ll put on your master bus to glue your mix and gain some RMS.
Tank you in advanced!