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regarding EQ- what does "wooly" mean?


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"wooly"? :D Never heard that one before! Sounds like one of those esoteric terms that so many people use to try to describe a sound in their head...they drive me nuts sometimes, they can me so confusing... My first guess is that you're right - I guess it depends on how you feel about hair on your snare, though... :confused:
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[quote]Originally posted by GY: [b]Wooly? I'm allergic to wooly, but I knew a guy in high school who said he liked to back sheep up to the fence and.... never mind.[/b][/quote]That's a WHOLE different kind of "wooly snare"... Don't let nobody pull the wool over your thighs... :eek:
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i had read the term "wooly" mostly in british music mags, but i just saw it used by a "top producer" in this month's MIX (great pro tools artice- check it out). usually when there's a term i don't get, i sort of let it go, and then once i've read it a few times in different contexts, i start to understand. i just wanted to hear what the "pros" here thought of the term and if they used it. ... i was sure wewus would be the first to mention sheep.
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