Is the Liquid Mix EQ the same as The Liquid Channel EQ?
No. The Liquid Channel (TLC) uses a digital filter based EQ which is modelled upon Focusrite's legendary ISA 110, whereas the Liquid Mix EQ uses dynamic convolution to emulate the unique sonic qualities of 20 vintage equalizers. TLC provides one unique flavour of distinctly Focusrite style EQ, while the Liquid Mix provides 20 very different EQ flavours which emulate other vintage hardware units.
Understanding latency with The Liquid Channel
This article discuses the alleged issues of latency when recording, particularly concerning The Liquid Channel.
It is popular belief that even very small delays incurred are problematic and...
How is the signal routed in the Liquid Channel?
After the input stage, the signal gets converted to the digital domain to be processed and then gets converted back to an analogue signal before the analogue output. A pre D/A conversion AES...