Tame Harsh Frequencies With SmartEQ2

Tame Harsh Frequencies With SmartEQ2

Taming harsh frequencies of live and modulated instruments is a common process in mixing and audio processing. Instruments with a lot of dynamic content, such as modulated pads, can be notoriously difficult to blend in a mix. In many situations, the standard EQ simply...
Side-Chain Return Effects

Side-Chain Return Effects

  Side-chain compression is a widely used technique for producers in a variety of genres, particularly EDM. It’s most often employed on bass lines, automatically ducking the volume of the bass to let the kick drum through without muddying up the low...
Practical Use of Matching EQ

Practical Use of Matching EQ

The Matching EQ allows you to attenuate the frequencies of your target sample by using a reference. Essentially, the matching equalizer listens to the reference and then adjusts the parameter accordingly to affect the target sample. If you like to gain further...

Linear Phase Equalizer

  Linear Phase   In its essence, a linear phase is a property of a filter, where the phase response of the filter is a linear function of frequency. The result is that all frequency components of the input signal are shifted in time (usually delayed) by the...

Shelving Equalizer

Frequency range   Equalizers are in most cases described to the reference of what is called a “flat response curve”. This means that system or a piece of equipment responds equally to all frequencies within the specific range. This range is usually set to 20 Hz...