Just woke up
Mayniac is correct, BUT, I always thought the 062 was a low current version of the 072, not the 082.
Because it is a lower current device, it is a lot smoother sounding when used in gain stages, due to the much lower slew rate at high frequencies.
James Demeter uses one in his Tremulator pedal, and it is a very low noise and very smooth sounding unit.
With regards to the NE5532 - it draws considerably more current than even the 072 and 082 devices - your battery will last 10 times longer with the 062 device
, also, they are not a high impedance input device like the TLxxx devices - I am not a great fan of them - they can be very useful as line drivers though, due to their ability to drive 600 ohm loads with ease
. I hate them used as microphone input stages though - they make everything sound flat and sterile due to their low impedance damping of the input signal