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Partnering with Harrison Consoles Ltd. and Bruce Swedien, Universal Audio recreated the Harrison four-band 32C channel EQ from Bruce's own Harrison 32 Series console. Countless hit records have been made with Harrison consoles with artists from Abba to Sade. Most notably, the 32 Series is the desk with which many Michael Jackson records were made, including Thriller—the best-selling album recording of all time.
The Harrison 32C contains four overlapping parametric bands. Each of the Low (40-600 Hz), Low-Mid (200Hz to 3.1 kHz), Hi-Mid (400 Hz to 6 kHz), and High (900 Hz to 13 kHz) bands have fully sweepable Frequency and Gain Controls. Instead of traditional Q controls, the 32C has "circuitry that automatically adjusts the effective bandwidth", as described in original Harrison documentation. Furthermore, the Low band is switchable from Peak to Shelving EQ. Finally, the Harrison 32C features 12 dB per octave parametric High and Low Pass filters which can be switched in or out. Additional "Digital Only" features include Gain, Phase Reverse, and a global Power switch.
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