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Old 03-21-2010, 03:53 PM
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Just got my Nicerizer 16. It is worth every penny. Stunning diffrence

http://phoenixaudio.net/products_nicerizer16.html
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What did it cost???
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What did it cost???
He said "it's worth every penny"!! I assumed that meant he spent every penny in the world!!
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he said "it's worth every penny"!! I assumed that meant he spent every penny in the world!!
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It was 250000 penny's.
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Phoenix stole our idea!!! The Nicserizer is a Tamara Muse Audio unit



FS sinceriously, when or if u get a chance, could u post some clips(with & without it)

I've been thinking about getting a summing box...

There's a guy in Dallas that makes some along w|other pres etc. & he has made a Neve clone of 1.. Sounds Nicerizer
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Sure - Here is a track from my wifes 2010 release beinmg mixed..

here is a ITB and OTB

I turn the knobs and play drums bass guitar My wife is Vox and Piano, My brother Jon Goforth on sax.

Not a thing changed but the Nicerizer and no nicerizer

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"Before we Say Goodby" 6.0 A and B

can you pick?

should be clear as day...

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How about we call it ITB or OTB, for clarity of definition, and maybe better nomenclature
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B is the Box..

Beautiful Fretless playing too!..
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Thats pretty dramatic and well worth busting a few penny rolls over.

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