Consoles and Great River Electronics are proud to announce a new product
collaboration The 32EQ
The Great River
32EQ is a new 500-series version of the EQ and filters from the renowned Harrison
32 Series consoles.
incorporates the original specifications and with support directly from the
original designers at Harrison Consoles it is guaranteed that the prized
characteristics of the original were maintained in the new design.
has the full features of the 32-series EQ
Low-Mid, Hi-Mid, and High EQ bands with Gain and Frequency controls
- Low and
High Band “peaking” switches
- EQ in/out
- Harrison’s renowned High- and Low-pass filters with sweepable frequency
jumper provides selection of the “vintage” feedback design, or a non-feedback
option. The Harrison 32-Series console was the
world’s first 32-bus “inline” recording consoles. They became a staple among
recording studios and were the basis for many console designs (Harrison and otherwise) that followed. Countless hit
records were produced on Harrison consoles
during the birth of modern pop productions, including Abba, Sade, Queen, Janet
Jackson and Michael Jackson. The 32C console was used by Bruce Swedien in the
recording and mixing of Michael Jackson’s Thriller, the best-selling album of
Thielman said, “For many years, Harrison has
had requests for our prized analog products in a smaller form-factor. During
that time, we kept hearing great things about Dan Kennedy and Great River
Electronics. Their products are superbly made and they are as fanatically
supportive towards their customers as we are to our own. We realized that we
had an opportunity to launch a product that the world has been requesting,
while continuing forward with our passion which is building large-format
Like all Great River
and Harrison products, the 32EQ is designed and built in the USA.
"Without trying to over exaggerate,
the Great River
/ Harrison 32EQ absolutely kills. I brought up
two very different mix sessions with lackluster
kick drum and bass tracks and the Harrison's
completely breathed new life into all of them.
and weighty without being spongy at all. And the highs are super sweet. It's
one of those EQ's you can crank up all the way and it keeps sounding better and
better. Smooth, sweet and vintage, while staying detailed and clean. Loads of
Jeffrey O'Rourke is the owner/operator of Rourketown Studios.