Plug-In EQs

  Equalizers (EQs) allow engineers to add slight filtering of unwanted frequencies or distortion from their mix, in order to receive a more desired harmonic tone. EQs can help fix audio problems that deal with sibilance (a hissing sound that’s normally present when hearing ‘S’s” in a persons vocals) or plosives (otherwise known as popping “P’s”). EQs come in handy to smooth out vocals or to fatten drums, brighten guitars, or get the general muddiness out of a mix. To put it plainly, EQs are what engineers use in order to achieve the cleanest sound they can get, without overly distorting their mix.  Software (Plug In) EQs are sometimes even... (view more)

  Equalizers (EQs) allow engineers to add slight filtering of unwanted frequencies or distortion from their mix, in order to receive a more desired harmonic tone. EQs can help fix audio problems that deal with sibilance (a hissing sound that’s normally present when hearing ‘S’s” in a persons vocals) or plosives (otherwise known as popping “P’s”). EQs come in handy to smooth out vocals or to fatten drums, brighten guitars, or get the general muddiness out of a mix. To put it plainly, EQs are what engineers use in order to achieve the cleanest sound they can get, without overly distorting their mix.  Software (Plug In) EQs are sometimes even more versatile over their hardware brethren as they have floating frequency and Q points, while hardware EQs are typically more “fixed”.     (view less)

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