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Six of the best

Welcome to the MT Buyer’s Guide, where we round up some of the best products reviewed in recent months here at MusicTech. This month, we look at hardware and software EQs of all shapes and sizes, across all budgets…

Hardware Software Mobile Tech Accessories

BEST Combination

TC The Swift

Thermionic Culture’s The Swift not only combines the best of British and American EQs, but is also something of a ‘best of’ of Thermionic’s gear, as it contains elements of the company’s Freebird, Rooster 2 and Phoenix HG15.

Reviewer John Pickford said: “With the addition of more comprehensive midrange controls and the sublime Air control, The Swift ranks as the fi nest program equaliser I have ever heard. It is a fi rst among equalisers.”

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