The tubetech is a colourfull tool.
That's why I've said that my tubetech Multiband is not my first tool to use.
If you are looking for more neutral eq's you can think of millennia and I'm sure Brad also has some nice neutral tools in his rack.
b.t.w. Brad, we are using at this moment the bob katz surround system with his Ksecret.
We are doing some compilations with old pop songs like blondie, the knack etc.
It sounds more naturall, open.
The highs sounds more sweet.
What I can hear the most is that on cheaper speakers the sometimes not so relaxt pump in the mix is changing to a more relaxt.
Tomorrow we burn a cd and we will listen to it at other monitors.
Minor thing: I'm afraid that me and my other mastering-engineers will ask me
The dealer told me that this thing is at this moment the only one there is in europe.
I have a Millennia NSEQ-2 I am checking out courtesy of my buds at Wind Over the Earth. I think I'm gonna get it cause I'm pretty impressed. The top three bands are the bees knees. The low band is good, but not quite as tight as a Sontec or Avalon 2077. The tube/ss at the flick of a switch is very cool. Subtle, but sometimes does just the thing you are looking for. Rock on.