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...

Subtractive EQ

One of the most important mixing tool we often overlook is the “subtractive EQ”, which helps in cutting frequencies with your EQs rather than boosting. Boost ends...

Vocal Mixing with EQ, Compression

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

There are several types of eq. Let's have a look at each general type of filter which is commonly used in equalisation process.   High Pass Filter A high pass...

Depth With EQ

Learn how to create some depth in a mix using EQ? Depth is a 3-dimentional element used to create space in a mix. Depth means when a...

EQ Carving Guitars

Part 16 of 31 - Get more separation in your double tracked guitars with this simple complimentary EQ carving technique. Download my free eBook "The #1 Rule...

Volume Fader EQ

Learn how to use Volume faders as EQ. Using Volume faders for mixing helps frequencies to play well together. Treat the volume faders as the first line...
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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...

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...
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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...