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  • How The Pros Use EQ - How To EQ All Instruments and Your Mixes

    36:44

    Secrets of How The Pros Use EQ - Parametric, Graphic and Filters on All Instruments. Where The Sweet Spots Are On All Instruments.

    In this video I will show you how all types of Equalizers. The great Boost and Cut sweet spots of all the Individual Drums, Bass, Guitars, Piano, Organ and Strings. I discuss all my favorite Analog and Digital EQ's:
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  • How The Pros Use Compression and EQ - How To EQ and Audio Compression for Instruments and Mixes

    27:56

    Secrets of How The Pros Use Compression and How To Use EQ - Plugins Settings for Instruments. How to Find The Sweet Spots. All With Real Examples. Ratio, Threshold, Attack, Release, Hard-Knee, Soft Knee, Gain Reduction, Band Width, Q-factor (Q), Gain.

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  • How The Pros Use Compression - Audio Compression Instruments and Mixes

    29:57

    Secrets of How the Pros use Compression. In this video I discuss how compression works: Ratio, Threshold, Attack, Release, Hard-Knee, Soft Knee, Gain Reduction. What are and How to use the Plugin and Hardware Versions of:

    Optical Compressors - like the LA2A, LA3A, Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor.Tube Tech CL1B

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    How To Compress and What to Use - Kick Drum, Snare, Toms, Overheads, Room Mic and Drum Buss Compression.

    I also provide examples of using compression plugins in individual Instruments and the Mix Buss.

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  • EQ Explained in 4 Minutes: How to EQ For a Better Mix | LANDR Mix Tips #6

    3:41

    EQ is a massive subject for audio engineers. It’s so fundamental to the process that the majority of your mix time is probably spent tweaking EQ plugins.

    In this video I’ll go over everything you need to know to start using EQ like a pro—from the ground up.

    Imagine two instruments playing the same unison melody

    we notice the two sounds overlap, making it difficult to to hear them individually. This effect is called masking.

    EQ is used in mixing to help reduce the effect of masking so that each instrument can be heard clearly.

    To understand EQ, we need to talk about filters. Your EQ is essentially a specialized kind of filter. The characteristics of the filter determine a lot the sound of the EQ—and the best way to use it.

    If you break down the settings of an individual band of EQ, they all refer to basic characteristics of filters: type, slope, Q, and gain and frequency.

    I’ll explain each one and how they affect your sound.

    HPF/LPF: These filters are named for the frequencies they leave unaffected, rather than the range they cut. A low cut is known as a high-pass filter and a high cut is known as low-pass filter.

    Reach for these filter types when you need to clean up issues at the extreme ends of the spectrum.

    The steep drop-off around the corner frequency can easily tame boomy low-end or piercing ultra-high resonance.
    Bell: Bell filters are your standard tools boosting and cutting. Their shape can be manipulated using the Q parameter.

    This is your go-to choice for sculpting and tone-shaping. Boost or cut at specific points and decide how broadly to affect neighboring frequencies with the Q control.

    Shelf: Shelf or shelving filters boost or cut all frequencies above or below the corner frequency.

    This type is effective for making broad tonal changes. Think of low and high shelves like the tone controls on your stereo system.

    Q is short for quality factor. You can think of it as the “bandwidth” of an EQ band.

    Q values of less than 1 will give you broader EQ curves, while values greater than 1 will give you tighter, more selective boosts or cuts

    Gain determines the amount of boost or cut you apply with your EQ. It’s measured in dB. Positive gain values indicate a boost, while negative ones make it a cut.

    The frequency is the center of your EQ band’s action. This control determines the range where boosts or cuts will occur.

    It’s important to remember that there’s no such thing as a perfect filter. No matter how tightly you set your Q or how steep you make your slope, an EQ band will always affect a range of frequencies around the target.

    The first rule of EQ is less is more. Extreme tonal shifts can have a negative impact on your sound.

    The best way to use EQ is however you can get away with using the least.

    With that in mind, there are two main ways to approach EQ.

    Additive EQ means boosting frequencies to achieve the results you want, while Subtractive EQ means cutting offending frequencies out.

    There’s plenty of debate about whether it’s better to do one or the other.

    But if your goal is to use the least amount of EQ, you can simply choose whichever approach is the most direct route to your destination.

    For example, if you only need to cut one narrow range, using 3-4 bands to boost every other region of the spectrum is less transparent that using a single band to cut the main offender.

    On the other hand, if all you need to do to make a sound pop is boost one range, cutting everything else and applying makeup gain isn’t the quickest route.

    In the course of the mix process, you’ll probably use EQ on every single track in your session.

    With such an important tool, it’s important to have a solid foundation in how to use it.

    Now that you have the fundamentals down, get back to your DAW and sculpt some sounds with EQ.

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  • Vocal Mixing For Pros - Using EQ, Compression and FX | Featuring Michael Johns

    21:08

    This is how I approach how to mix a vocal in a track from top to bottom. I discuss spot EQing, De-essing, Compression, EQ, Dealing with Sibilance, Harshness and using Effects like Reverb, and Delays. I am demonstrating with a demo I did with my dear friend Michael Johns, an Australian singer that performed on American Idol in 2008. He finished in 8th place and died unexpectedly in 2014 at the age of 35 of dilated cardiomyopathy. He was a dear friend and one of the best human beings I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. He is greatly missed by his friends, family and his lovely wife Stacey.

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  • 5 Quick EQ Mixing Tricks - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    21:49

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    1.Bass Guitar EQ Multiple sources differently to create one great sound.

    i. With the first source, the DI, control lows and highs with EQ filters- Using a stock plugin, set around 170-200Hz, and everything above that is low passed away. After that is another EQ, which is a less than 60Hz (this can drop lower to 40hz) and gently sloping, controlling the low end, giving room for the Kick Drum. 

    ii. With the Bass Amp High Pass at the same point around 170-200hz allowing the high end of the Bass Amp to give the sound personality. 

    iii. You can also duplicate the Bass Amp and follow the same steps above but also use to add additional Saturation or Distortion to help it glue together with the guitars.

    2.Brighten Electric Guitar and Controlling Excessive High End 8:37

    3.Creating a great Kick Sound Using Multiple Mics 11:41

    4.Carve out Low Mids and high pass Low End from Room Mics to create room for your Kick 14:41

    5.High and Low Pass your reverb Sends 17:36

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  • How to Use FabFilter Pro-Q 3 EQ for Mastering

    9:05

    A video on using the FabFilter Pro-Q 3 EQ to clean up some problematic areas of a mix during mastering. // Learn more from Ian:

  • Want To Sound Like a Pro? - TOP 10 EQ Tricks You Need To Know!

    3:54

    This video will show you 10 essential EQ tips that might help you get that crisp & clear mix you've always wanted.

    EQ is arguably one of the most important mixing tool available to you as a producer, so it's important to know how to use it correctly.
    Here's 10 good EQ tips and tricks I think you might find helpful.

    Important note:

    Music production isn't an exact science. There are really no RULES when it comes to music production. What's right in one situation is totally wrong in another. All these tips are to be considered general guidelines, and they might not be true in every situation.

    For example: While it's true that for the most part, you should low cut anything that's not a bass sound, this does not apply if there's very few instruments going on or if you have a quiet breakdown for example. In those situations you always want some low end in there or the track will sound thin.

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  • Top 5 EQ Tips You Need To Know

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    In this episode we show you our Top 5 EQ Tips you need to know!

    We cover various different types of EQ such as Match EQ and Mid/Side processing as well as giving you a few pointers as to what certain frequencies mean within a track.

    Top 5 Tips Include...

    1.) Know Your Frequencies - Understand the audio spectrum and where certain elements sit

    2.) Mid/Side EQ - How to organise your stereo field

    3.) Don't Boost/Cut Too Much - Too much over processing can end up killing a sound, period.

    4.) Match EQ - How to get your mid frequencies sitting right

    5.) Low Cut Everything - There is method in the madness!

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  • Should you use EQ before or after compression? | Mixing Basics - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    19:33

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    In today’s video we are going to be talking about whether we should EQ before or after compression! There is not a lot of consensus on this topic, because the truth is, it may vary from case to case. The main question you should be asking when trying to make this decision is: what is the best thing to do on this project?

    In the video, I will give you a few examples of where I EQ, why I EQ and how I use it, whether it is before or after compression, of a combination of the two.

    In the first example, I have a lead vocal with loads of energy, where the vocalist is at the top of her range. First, I’ve got an REQ with high passing, and then I am going into a de-esser. This is a single band compressor set to 5 and a half K, and then going into a compressor.

    So why am I doing this? The REQ is wiping off the low-end in the singer’s voice that isn’t necessary. There is a whole bunch of noise coming in the background – AC and foot noise – and a lot of low-end that we don’t need. Many of you know that low-end takes up a lot of energy, meaning that if there’s low-end in her vocal that I don’t want, that might compress earlier than anything else, so I am EQ-ing right away, before I do into any kind of compression or de-essing. I want you to do two things here: listen, and also look over to see how much compression is going on. On this vocal, there was about 2-3 dB of extra compression.

    On the piano part of this track, a lot of the low-end was too compressed, and you lost some of the exciting bounce in the track, which is why you would EQ before compressing, in that case.

    With many things, especially vocals, you will use a combination of serial EQ and compression. For me, de-essing always has to start as either the first or second step. Even though I high-pass, I don’t want to boost any of the high-mids and I wouldn’t want to do that without using a de-esser first, because I don’t want to boost something that I don’t want there in the first place.

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  • Which EQ Should You Choose?

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    A video on the subtleties of different equalizers and how to decide which EQ to use in your mix.

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  • My 7 best EQ Techniques for Mixing

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    In this video, I show you 7 of the best eq techniques I know for mixing. Cutting, boosting, and a few tips that will probably blow your mind. Or maybe not. Guess you'll have to watch the video ^^.

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  • How To Get KILLER Sounding Mixes!

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  • 5 EQ Mistakes We Make While Mixing - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    ➡️Tip 1: Don’t just cut Frequencies On The Mix Bus: Find the source of EQ Build up. (0:49)
    ➡️Tip 2: Your Mix is Too Bright: Don’t Mix Too Loud (4:13)
    ➡️Tip 3: Use Proper High and Low Passing (6:40)
    ➡️Tip 4: Don’t Over Use EQ: If you’re Applying A Lot Correctional EQ Stop, Take a Break then Listen to it without EQ(10:28)
    ➡️Tip 5: Don’t Spend too Much Time in Solo: Check Frequently How the EQ Choices you Make work with your Mix(13:16)


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  • Four EQ tips for a better mix

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  • Tips for Creating Depth in a Mix

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    In this tutorial, we are going to be talking about depth. How to create a sense of front to back image inside your stereo mix.

    Now, a stereo mix is essentially a two-dimensional plane, not unlike a painting canvas, and much like any painting, we can create the illusion of three dimensions.

    Obviously, in a painting, we do it using things like shading, perspective, size. Well, in music, we do similar things. We use signal processing, like level, EQ, and reverb.

    I think it's fairly obvious how we use level. Things that are louder generally appear closer, things that are quieter generally appear further. That's pretty self explanatory.

    EQ's a little bit more complicated. There's something called the dispersion effect, where over distance, high frequencies damp out faster than lower frequencies, except for in very interesting and weird acoustic environments, but for the most part, we're going to lose more high end over distance, and so if we have things that are generally EQ'd to be darker, they will also appear further away, and things that are very bright are going to appear close.

    The last one is going to be reverb. Reverb is sort of complicated, but reverb is the illustration of sound inside of a space, and where you locate that space comes down to a number of different settings, and they are: the level of early reflections, the level of late reflections, and the pre-delay.

    And everything sort of plays into it, like the absorption qualities that your individual reverb unit allows you to setup, and things like this, that, and the other, but these are the three main ones.

    So, early reflections. Early reflections are the first-order echoes that happen in a reverberant space, so when I speak, the sound waves go out, they hit a boundary, and they bounce back. That's the early reflections.

    The late reflections are my voice goes out, hits a boundary, reflects, hits another boundary, reflects, hits another, and it bounces around this room forming all of these complex reflections. Those are our late reflections.

    When we are closer to a source, we generally hear a greater proportion of the early reflections, and a smaller proportion of the late reflections, and conversely, the opposite is true. When we're further away, we hear more of the late reflections and less of the early reflections, and they seem to blend together more, and it makes sense if you think about that.

    You get more of a “boom, slap” type of thing if we're close to something, and you get more of a convolution of echoes coming together when you're farther away.

    The other thing that happens is the predelay. If I'm very close to a source, you don't hear any reverberation until that sound travels out, and bounces back, and at about a foot per millisecond, if I'm say, five feet away from my nearest boundary, then I'll have about a ten second predelay before my first reflections get back to this microphone.

    However, if I'm on the other side of the room, the first reflection that say, hits the floor and then bounces back up into the mic is going to get there almost at the exact same time as the actual direct sound of my voice.

    So, as we get farther away, pre-delay goes down. When we're very close, predelay goes up. All of these things come together, and we formulate a system of creating an idea of depth by using all of those processes.

  • Mixing with Analog EQ and Compressors - Pros, Cons and Ultimate Tutorial from Pro Mixer

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  • Guitar Tone! Dial in! Amp Settings and Unique EQ Tutorial: Explained by Pro Recording Engineer

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    Guitar Tone! Dial in! Amp settings, setup and unique EQ tutorial. How to dial in the perfect guitar tone and how to record guitar: explained by pro recording engineer Andrew Zeleno (also known as the teacher for his top end mixing course). We'll talk about how to get a pro sounding guitar. How to set up a guitar amp in the best way. Secrets I've been discovering during last 10 years will be revealed during 14 minutes. You were always curious how to mix guitars on professional level and it has something to do with recording first of all. Also it will help you to put a guitar in the mix. We'll talk about Gain, Volume or Master, Bass, Middle, Treble knobs. How preamp tubes and power tubes change your sound. We'll talk about how to record a guitar properly. We'll check what saturation means for your sound quality and find out how much distortion/overdrive you need.Also we'll check topics like: how much gain you need, what compression is, EQing only with the gain and Master knobs, why a guitar is the most difficult instrument to handle in mixing, 2nd harmonic, scooped mids. Also I'm gonna mention: ac/dc, DynAudio Lyd7 monitors, Softube Console1, SSL.

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  • How To EQ The Midrange - UnderstandingAudio.com

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    EQ an incredibly powerful tool to help you get great mixes… when it’s applied the right way. Just like any of the tools in our mixing arsenal.

    A lack of understanding of EQ is one of the main reasons why it can take someone up to 2 years to figure out how to mix. They might have an idea of how to use it but they don’t know why it’s used.

    Midrange EQ in particular is incredibly important to a great mix but the midrange often confuses us the most. Without a nice balance in this frequency range, it’s easy for our mixes to sound muddy, boxy, honky or nasal. If the midrange is a mystery to you, then today’s video is for you.

    Not only am I going to show you how to EQ the midrange, but I’m going to show you how it fits into your mixing method. Remember that this is part 2 of a 3 part series on how to develop and perfect your mixing method.

    After watching this video you’ll know:

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  • The Wisdom Of Subtractive EQ - RecordingRevolution.com

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    If EQ is your most powerful plugin, then subtractive EQ is your most powerful way to use EQ.

    It's true, an EQ can be used to boost and cut frequencies, but it's in the cutting (the subtracting) that we get the most power out of the tool.

    From opening up headroom, to gaining clarity, to having your tracks sound more natural - subtractive EQ is a powerful strategy that every mixer should employ.

  • EQ 101! Equalization / Explanation / How to Best Use EQ / Frequencies / Things Like That!

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    If you're curious about EQ, this is the video for you! In it I explain what EQ does on a fundamental level, go through some example settings, and share about my favorite EQ plugins and pieces of hardware. Feel free to leave any comments or questions below!

    Headphones recommended!

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  • Mixing Distorted Guitars | High Gain Tips by Joe Barresi

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    Mixing distorted guitars (rhythm and lead) for a wide, crunchy, heavy tone. Hard rock producer and mixing engineer Joe Barresi is upfront about his guitar mixing techniques. Learn more from Joe:

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  • Rock Guitar Tone Tips | EQ | Matt Donner

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    Pyramind's Chief Academic Officer Matt Donner shows you how to really beef up the guitar tone in your tracks and make them sit well in your final mix.

    He introduces you to what he calls the Four Dogs of Rock and Roll Growl, Roar, Bark and Bite, each of which correspond to different frequency bands.

    Learn two different ways to utilize this principle, by using a multiband compressor or by copying the track onto multiple channels applying EQ.

    Here in part two of this tip, Matt shows you how to apply his four dogs mixing technique using EQ and panning.

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  • Making Vocals sound great using reductive EQ with Fabfilter Pro Q2 Wyatt

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    Danny Wyatt here, and today I show how to EQ problem frequencies out of vocals.

  • How to Record - Lesson 9: Equalization - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    In Lesson 9 of the How to Record series, Warren discusses Equalization (EQ). He talks about different kinds of EQ including parametric, semi-parametric, active, passive, and high & low pass filters. He shows a variety of both hardware and plug-in EQ's and how he uses them on a fuzz guitar.

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  • EQ Problems SOLVED – Waves F6 Dynamic EQ Plugin Tutorial

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    Learn how to solve common vocal and cymbal equalization problems with the Waves F6 Dynamic EQ plugin: tutorial by Grammy-winning engineer Dave Darlington (Avicii, David Guetta, Sting). Learn more:

    00:14 – How to tame a harsh vocal
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  • How to Get Fat & Slamming Drum Sounds - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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  • EQ Tutorial - Basics

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  • How to EQ Vocals in Logic Pro X | Beginner Tutorial #1

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  • How To EQ A Bass Guitar -Easy Tips and Technique For Any DAW

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    Highly recommend you use headphones for close listening!!!!! Every time you EQ a bass, it will differ, but there are specific places you can look for consistently. There is no wrong way to do any of this, if it sounds good, then keep it. USE YOUR EARS!!!!

    When EQing Bass, keep in mind these GENERAL frequency zones:

    -Cut below 40Hz
    -60-100Hz Boost for more bass
    -100-200 boost even more bass/cut if too muddy
    -700-1000Hz Boost for presence, attack
    -2000-3000Hz Narrow cut for bad noises, clicks, pops
    -11000Hz+ high cutoff

    Woop, get low!

  • 5 Quick Reverb Mixing Tricks - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    Trick 4: Use multiple reverbs on Vocals: 11:19
    Trick 5: Compress your reverb: 15:14

    Learning how to use reverb is essential in mixing. It can add width and distance between you instruments. Reverb can also make your tracks sound like they were recorded in a completely different space. This is particularly helpful if you are recording in a bedroom or small home studio environment and you want your tracks to have that big studio sound! The biggest mistake that you can make with reverb is going overboard and making a washy muddy sound mix where everything is smeared together in reverb.


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  • How to EQ and Compress Strings

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  • How To Use An EQ | Learn How To EQ Like A Pro

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    EQing is the toughest mixing skill to master. Follow along as Daniel goes in-depth in how to use an EQ!

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  • How to use stock EQ plugins in Logic Pro X with Rob Mayzes - Warren Huart: Produce Like a Pro

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    How to use stock EQ plugins in Logic Pro X:

    Equalization is one of the first tools that many of us begin using when learning to mix. At the beginning it's very easy to hear drastic changes that occur when making large cuts and boosts. However, it's much more difficult to hear subtle EQ moves.

    This video from Rob Mayzes of Musician on a Mission will get you up an running with all the stock EQs in Logic Pro X. If you use another DAW, you'll get closer to fully understanding how to use EQ in your next mix.


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  • Must Know Music Production Terms - EQ Terms | Low Pass Filter | High Pass Filter | Parametric EQ | Q

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    Must Know Music Production Terms - EQ Terms | Low Pass Filter | High Pass Filter | Parametric EQ


    In this video I continue my series on important music production terminology you must know. Today we look at EQ terms and break down exactly what is mean by:
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  • Mixing Bass Guitar | Fat Bottomed Tips by Joe Barresi

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    Mixing bass guitar tracks (DI and amps) to one fat bottomed sound. Hard rock producer and mixing engineer Joe Barresi shares his means to that (low) end. Learn more from Joe:

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  • Kick Drum Tutorial – How to Eq the Perfect Kick Drum | Soundoracle.net

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    SoundOracle.net - Kick drums are one of the most important elements in the modern day mix. Producers, musicians, & your average listener all appreciate a great sounding kick. It can be tricky at times to mix this significant piece of the mixing puzzle. There are certain frequencies in a kick that are ear pleasing & some frequencies that can cause disaster to any mix.

    In this video we discuss a detailed analysis of the fundamental frequencies of a kick drum. We talk about & demonstrate what specific boosted frequencies will help a kick drum cut through the mix without overcrowding the rest of the music. We also examine different frequencies that should be cut to avoid chaos throughout your mix.

    As with any aspect of music, the type of kick & song vary with frequencies; however, these key elements will point you in the right direction of a successful kick drum. Your mastering engineer will love you for a clean low end in your mix & your audience will feel the authority of your kick drum punching through the music.

    Follow along as professional engineer Eric Michael as he gives you a step-by-step guide on choosing the right frequencies to boost & cut for a kick drum.

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  • RECORDING TIPS | LEARN HOW TO EQ YOUR GUITARS!!!

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  • How to EQ a Kick Drum - #AscensionTechTuesday - EP042

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    How to EQ a Kick Drum - #AscensionTechTuesday - EP042

    This week, Chad shows the basics of Kick Drum EQ with basic starting points and concepts. He's using the Logic Pro X Channel EQ but these concepts can apply to most any DAW, Digital Mixer, and some Analog Mixers.

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  • Mick Guzauski Masterclass on Pop and Funk Mixing ft. Jamiroquai

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  • Piano Tutorial: How To EQ The Perfect Piano | Soundoracle.net

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    Continuing on with our “Fundamental Series”, we will take an in depth look at the fundamental frequencies of pianos. Understanding these fundamental frequencies can be a key factor in bettering your engineer skills. Website:

    Pianos are a very common instrument found in several genres of music including Pop, R&B, Hip Hop, Trap, EDM, Country & so on. This instrument can bring elegance, warmth, & even sparkle & energy to your music, but did you know there are certain frequencies that create problems within your mix when it comes to pianos?

    In this video we discuss a detailed analysis of the fundamental frequencies of a piano. We talk about & demonstrate what specific boosted frequencies will help a piano become more presence in the mix without clashing with the rest of the music. We also take a look at different frequencies that should be cut to avoid muddiness & overcrowding throughout your mix.

    As with any aspect of music, the type of piano & song vary with frequencies; however, these key elements will point you in the right direction of a beautiful sounding piano. Your listeners & fans will appreciate the tastefulness these techniques bring to your piano without overcrowding the other instruments.

    Follow along as professional engineer Eric “Realistic” Michael gives you a step-by-step guide on choosing the right frequencies to boost & cut for a piano.


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  • Mixing Thick Warm Vocals Like A Pro

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  • Room Calibration at Echo Bar Studios - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

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    ➡️➡️Learn more about Room Calibration at Echo Bar Studios (The Moving Mic Method):
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    Today I’m sitting with two great friends Charles Sprinkle from Kali Audio and Erik Reichers from Echo Bar Recording Studios!

    We’re here to talk about room acoustics! This is an important subject that I get asked about at least 10 times day!

    Every room I’ve been in affects the way I hear my speakers differently. – I have speakers that I’ve been using for 25 years now, so I know how they sound.

    However, I could go to a different studio, bring my speakers and they sound different in that room. Not all of us have the time to adjust to those new listening environments.

    The reality is every environment affects how we hear our speakers.

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