CHAPTER 3 Equalization



The most intuitive effect — OK EQ is EZ U need a Hi EQ IQ



  • Fix spectral problems such as rumble, hum and buzz, pops and wind, proximity, and hiss.
  • Fit things into the mix by leveraging of any spectral openings available and through complementary cuts and boosts on spectrally competitive tracks.
  • Feature those aspects of each instrument that players and music fans like most.


  • Master the user controls for parametric, semiparametric, program, graphic, shelving, high-pass and low-pass filters.
  • Choose the equalizer with the capabilities you need, focusing particularly on the parameters, slopes, and number of bands available.


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