Use an AI Equalizer to Balance Your Mix

Use an AI Equalizer to Balance Your Mix

The use of AI has been steadily growing in audio processing, as computer power and developer skills have progressed. AI has shown to be particularly useful in processes such as equalization. In the following tutorial, we will show you how to use an AI equalizer to...

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...
Make Your Track Louder by Using Multiple Limiters

Make Your Track Louder by Using Multiple Limiters

Limiters are employed mostly for a single purpose: to limit the output of a signal in a way that prevents undesirable distortion and excessive peaks while, when used correctly, preserving the overall balance and color of a mix. This reduces the dynamic range of a...

Parametric Equalizer

  As the name suggests, Parametric Equalizer helps to edit different parameters of an audio spectrum. It has three main parameters: gain (amplitude), center frequency and bandwidth (inverse of ‘Q’). Unlike Graphic equalizer, it has variable center frequency. This...