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A recent correspondent asked me if I had any tips for EQ.
I've always thought of EQ as something you feel, and any advice such as, "Boost the midrange around 2.5 kHz to give the snare more bite", is like being a soccer team manager giving the half-time pep-talk by telephone!
But there are certain EQ tips that work well in so many situations that they are well worth trying just about any time. Here are a few of my favorites...
I do have more EQ tips, but that's my Top 3 for now.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR