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While it's possible to record something really well without ever touching an EQ knob, sometimes you just don't have a choice. When that happens, here is some easy things to remember that can speed up the EQ process and keep you from chasing your EQ tale. If it sounds muddy cut some at 250 hertz. If it sounds honky, cut some at 500 hertz. Cut, if you are trying to make things sound clearer, boost if you are trying to make things sound different, and remember you can't boost something that's not there in the first place.
These general principals of equalization will hopefully make EQing easy. Remember to always use the EQ as last resort, and when you use it, sometimes only a touch can make a big difference.
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