8 user reviews on Behringer Ultra-Curve Pro DSP Behringer Ultracurve Pro Digital Equalizer Go to your nearest Pro-Audio shop and buy one. NOW! Review By Thorsten Loesch. For years, I’ve been wanting a dedicated real time analyzer (RTA) in my studio. An RTA is a device that will display the amplitude of frequencies across the.
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For years, I’ve been wanting a dedicated real time analyzer RTA in my studio.
An RTA is a device that will display the amplitude of frequencies across the audible spectrum, ultracyrve allowing the engineer to see where frequency peaks occur. This will tell you if a mix is too bass heavy, if a kick drum has no low end, what frequency on an electric guitar is dominating, and more.
The Ultra-Curve is really marketed as a band digital graphic stereo EQ, but I noticed when they first came on the market that behfinger was an RTA built in, along with input for a mic if you wish to “tune” your room with pink noise.
It can run RMS or peak, do peak hold, and a few other features. It’s helped me keep tabs on my mixes, especially after listening to a lot of CD’s through it while watching the display, and has also helped me pinpoint frequencies while EQ’ing. The only problem I had was that these units have been sitting on the shelf so long that the lithium battery was nearly dead, requiring me to open the unit to replace it, thus voiding my warranty.
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The fact that they weren’t selling well also may indicate that Behringer may be discontinuing the Ultra-Curve, so act fast if you want a cheap RTA!
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