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Aardvark Aark 20/20 Driver
Using the Q10's Control Panel to set and fine-tune the mic pre's, I was immediately able to improve the punch, clarity and perceived warmth of each mic dramatically.
I was, frankly, impressed with the smooth, creamy sound these mic pre-amps rendered. Be warned, however, that the three basic Aardvark Aark 20/20, 'L', 'M1' and 'M2' might surprise you because, even at nominal settings, these mic pre-amps really add a lot of punch to the input.
With the dynamic 'M57' Aardvark Aark 20/20, the difference in gain wasn't as dramatic in the 'L1' position with the trim set to 0 dB. But with the '' and 'CX' And all three mics rendered 'overkill' volumes when set to 'M1' between 32 and 55 dB added gain. Since the 'M2' setting adds the most gain between 52 and 75 dB! With the condenser mics, I ended up setting the trim to -1 or -2 dB. With the dynamic Aardvark Aark 20/20, adding just a few dB of gain did the trick.
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Because all software controls Aardvark Aark 20/20 'right there', finding a pleasing-sounding range for each mic was very quick and easy to do. These mic pre-amps sure don't sound like 'cheese', folks! I don't know how they'd compare to some of those 'legendary' high-priced tube pre-amps. I can only tell you that, to my ear, the Q10's were a pleasure to use and added a very pleasing punch, warmth and presence to everything I tested through them.
My Aardvark Aark 20/20 test was to grab a few of my guitars First, I plugged my latest acquisition, my 'Cheap Mexican Telecaster', into Channel 7 with only the normal mic pre-amp activated and tried various gain settings.
As with the mics I tested previously, the Q10's pre-amps immediately added a boost and presence to the 'CMT' that retained the percussiveness of the Telecaster while adding a creamy-smooth warmth to the input signal. Frankly, Aardvark Aark 20/20 would have been enough for me because the improvement was that dramatic. Then, I clicked on the 'EFR' button.
When I did so, the pre-amp controls at the top of the Channel 7 strip in the Q10's software Control Panel vanished and were replaced by a simple rotary trim pot with a range of 18 to 41 dB. The type of gain and punch the 'EFR' adds to the signal is quite Aardvark Aark 20/20 from the mic Aardvark Aark 20/20. I would compare the sound to an active-electronic pick-up run through an overdrive.
Unfortunately, the Telecaster, with its single-coil pick-ups, tends to be a noisy guitar on a good day The 'EFR' is very sensitive so, of Aardvark Aark 20/20, it boosted the inherent noise along with the signal. However, by moving away from my PC and turning my back to it while I played The 'EFR' needs a bit of taming to bring out its best but once tamed, it can really enhance a track. Aardvark Aark 20/20 tracks would benefit most, I think, although rhythm guitars punching out expansive 'power chords' in a Rock band would probably sound better in 'EFR' mode.
However, the possibilities extend beyond the guitar. At this point, I got a little Aardvark Aark 20/20 and began experimenting in ways that Aardvark's Igor Levin CEO and the man responsible for most of the Q10's electronic design would probably have been mildly horrified by: I was enjoying the Q10 Aardvark Aark 20/20 much that I was inspired to throw together a little instrumental that would focus on the Q10's features.
I kept the volume and tone settings on the guitar exactly the same for both tracks.
First, using the Q10's pre-amp, I recorded a rhythm track.