The last week i introduced you to my new summing amp Teknosign Sum Adjust Lt.
I took some days to test the machine in any way possible and to understand better the features and sound qualities of this box. I can say that i fall in love for its sound and flexibility. The ability to control all the feature from a plug in is marvellous. Also the ability to recall very fast and automatically all the settings used on every session is great! No more time to setup the machine to make it sound identical to the previous session. About the sound i’m very impressed and i absolutely love the gear, especially when pushed properly. You’ll find further a dropbox link where you can download the 2 wav files ( 44.100Hz – 24 Bit ) with a short piece of a track used to test this machine. 1 file is printed through the Teknosign Sum Adjust Lt and the other is printed through Pro Tools.
I tried to match the level, but for a precise level matching i suggest you to import the two files on your DAW and setup by yourself the volume of the 2 tracks. I can tell you that the more you push the level in the Teknosign Sum Adjust Lt the more you’ll hear the sound of the machine and the beauty of the analog circuitry. For this test i decided to not push the sound on the machine but to compare just the summing. I can tell you that you’ll be able immediately to recognise the file printed and summed through the Summing box! During the next days i’ll upload more material summed through the summing box at an high level, so i can push the machine and let you hear the beauty of this circuits. Looking forward to hear your feedback. Write on my instagram page, in the comment section of the pictures of the Teknosign Sum Adjust Lt, and let me know which one you think is the Sum Adjust Print and which one is the Pro Tools Print.
Good Music day to everyone!…