CRN-IBS-EQ-2
CRN-IBS-EQ-2Crane Song

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newCrane Song Crane Song IBIS

Analogue Stereo Equaliser
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  • Features

The Crane Song IBIS is an outboard analogue stereo EQ with a nice range of functions and beautiful sonics. Suited to mix bus EQ or on tracking mono sources, the IBIS is a lovely equaliser unit capable of adding musicality and warmth to a recording.

The name of the game with the Crane Song IBIS is musicality. designed from the ground up the aim of the unit was to take the art of equalisation to the next level in terms of musicality. The EQ has four bands, all of which feature switchable frequencies that are centred on and based around specifically chased musical step intervals from a low C note at 32Hz, up to a (very) high F note at 22.35kHz. The four bands overlap, and are annotated with both the frequency and note names. This is, we believe, the first EQ to provide such labelling, and it allows the user to program the EQ based on the musical notes rather than scientific frequency bands. The bandwidth is labeled in a similar fashion, using measurements in octaves. The adjustment goe…

The Crane Song IBIS is an outboard analogue stereo EQ with a nice range of functions and beautiful sonics. Suited to mix bus EQ or on tracking mono sources, the IBIS is a lovely equaliser unit capable of adding musicality and warmth to a recording.

The name of the game with the Crane Song IBIS is musicality. designed from the ground up the aim of the unit was to take the art of equalisation to the next level in terms of musicality. The EQ has four bands, all of which feature switchable frequencies that are centred on and based around specifically chased musical step intervals from a low C note at 32Hz, up to a (very) high F note at 22.35kHz. The four bands overlap, and are annotated with both the frequency and note names. This is, we believe, the first EQ to provide such labelling, and it allows the user to program the EQ based on the musical notes rather than scientific frequency bands. The bandwidth is labeled in a similar fashion, using measurements in octaves. The adjustment goes from 0.2 octaves up to 4 octaves for each band, and the cut and boost range is 12dB.

The Crane Song IBIS also features a low cur filter, which is a switch selectable from a frequency of 20Hz up to 150Hz. Slopes can be selected between wither 12db per octave or 24dB per octave. As with most of the units from Crane Song, the IBIS uses class A circuitry on the insides, and makes use of a colour function. This truly unique and adjustable function can apply colour to either the whole audio path, or to any of the four frequency bands per channel.

As well as the linear Cranse Song IBIS, a fully stepped mastering version is also available, allowing for more precise settings and more accurate recalls.

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Gear Status

New Gear

Frequency Response

5Hz to 55kHz (Hara Mode)

Inputs

Floating, balanced. Maximum input is +25 dBm. The connectors are XLR.

Outputs

Floating, balanced. Maximum output is +25 dBm. The connectors are XLR.

External Connections

Pin2is Sig+,Pin3is Sig- ,Pin1isGND

No. Of Bands

4 per channel.

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