"This EQ really shines and sounds wonderful. It's like having a Lang and a GML in one unit. It has all the surgical focus of the GML but a nice color in the vain of the Lang and Pultec EQ's. The Q can go from Extremely Narrow to really Wide. I use it on all productions and mixes that I work on. I have yet to find a moment when it does not sound great! I use it on Sub Groups and individual sources and even on the whole Mix.
I love how I can focus on the sub frequency range of a Kick or Bass Source such as Bass Synthesizer, adding just the right amount of a frequency to make the sub range jump out on a Dance Mix.
It also really works great for boosting a nice and wide range in the mid frequencies of source such as Guitar and or Keys. This EQ makes it really easy to find just the right spot to make the notes of that source stick out in the mix, or it makes it really easy to carve out a range to make other sounds fit around it, such as taking out resonances in a source in the low frequency range, allowing for things to really blend.
The EQP-2 also has a really gentle break up when it is boosted to real extremes; it doesn't make a nasty clipping sound when it is hitting its saturation point. So it is really great for just getting it to that point of break up and adding a little saturation to a source."
Collin Dupuis has worked as an audio engineer for the last 12 years recording and mixing a wide range of music from Post Punk & Rock to Hip-hop & Electronic. Some of the artists he has worked with include Erase Errrata, Matthew Dear, Pharoahe Monch, Mr. Porter, Snoop Dog, Tribe (Marcus Belgrave, Wendall Harrison, Phil Ranelin, Doug Hammond), Karriem Riggins, Amp Fiddler, and Carl Craig to name a few.
For the past 4 years, Collin has worked with Detroit Producer Carl Craig as an engineer and production assistant. Doing many remixes for multiple artist's including the remix of Jr. Boy's track, "Like a Child", that got nominated for a Grammy in 2007. He also is currently playing drums, writing, recording and co-procducing in a band called Zoos of Berlin, recently released their full length the summer of 2009.