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  1. Sep 08,  · The steps: 1. Put an EQ on the vocal that has a high-pass filter. Switch it on and play the vocal in the mix. 2. Start the high pass quite low, around 70Hz, and gradually move it up the frequency spectrum until you start to hear it making the vocal sound thinner.
  2. It’s more fun to mix after you clean up your tracks. The same goes for EQ’ing, but in this case, I mean cutting out the problematic frequencies that cause annoying resonances or add something negative (like boxiness) to the instruments. Sweep around to find frequencies .
  3. Oct 15,  · Duplicate the track and heavily compress one copy while leaving the other relatively dynamic. Balance the two so that the compressed track is dominant during quiet passages and the dynamic track is dominant during the loud passages. This opens up a lot of interesting possibilities when the two tracks have different EQ applied to them.
  4. Oct 09,  · To EQ the piano for best results: a.) Cut -6dB Hz or Hz Q= (this will reduce frequency masking problems with the vocal and guitar frequencies) You can cut up to -9dB if you find out that the piano piece is making the vocals unclear in the mix. These EQ settings are not permanent for all piano mixing scenarios.
  5. Nov 04,  · Good EQ moves result in a mix where every instrument can be heard and nothing is being covered up. So if the point of EQ is to help every track in the mix fit together well and be heard, then one can assume that if your tracks already sound good together and nothing is being masked or covered up by anything else, then you might not need any EQ.
  6. Apr 05,  · EQ issues in mastering are often caused by problems in the mix. If you are self-mastering your work, you would be surprised that most EQ problems in the mastering can be fixed by remixing. During this remixing process, you would be re-adjusting the EQ of different tracks in the mix until the desired clarity and balance are attained.
  7. The 3 Simple Principles of Great EQ’ing Understanding the EQ spectrum is a daunting task. But learning how to EQ properly is one of the most important skill to learn in audio production. Equalization is probably on every track in modern recording. There is always something added, cut, or filtered.
  8. Jun 26,  · some one has set our eq at what looks to be odd settings, the first few slides on the left (20, 25 40 and so are set all the way to the top +12 for 20 and just below that for the others. and its a smily face type all the way to the last slide on the right wich is all the way up as well. this seams odd to me. can you help me understand.

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