EQ In Mono

Part 5 of 31 - Take the time to do most of your initial EQ work in mono. It will force you to get the right EQ...
equalisation

Introduction to Equalisation

Equalisation or EQ is perhaps the most fundamental tool of the mix engineer. He/she must determine what contribution each element should be making to the frequency spectrum...

Important Equalization Frequencies

50 Hz fullness to low freq instruments - foot, bass, floor tom decrease the "boom" of the bass and can increase recognition and overtones of the bass line in the mix. Often...

Vocal Mixing with EQ, Compression

Part 2/2 of Dave Pensado taking you through his technique using EQ, Compression, and Effects on vocal recordings.

High Pass Filter

Part 3 of 31 - In this video cover one of the fastest ways to clean up your mix, using a high pass filter. Download my free...

The Pain Frequency

Learn about the Pain Frequency which is actually the upper-mid range frequency, and the main idea is to cut out the most problematic frequencies in mixing, especially...
equalization-practical-aplication

Equalisation – Practical Applications

How one chooses to apply EQ depends on a number of factors. The style of music, the instrument, the quality of the recording, the musical arrangement, the...

Kick And Bass EQ

Part 12 of 31 - Today's tip will help keep the kick and the bass from fighting each other, giving you more clarity in the bottom of...
mastering

Home Mastering EQ Workshop

This webinar describes about using EQ in mastering, using the songs as examples. While EQ’ing a track one should always have a consistent monitoring level. Bring the...

DBX 160 + Pultec Kick and Snare Parallel Compression Trick

Dave Pensado discusses his parallel compression method for kicks and snares using the DBX 160 and Pultec EQ in the 52nd Into The Lair series from Pensado's...