How to Work with Filters and EQ Effects


show more Working with filters and EQ effects provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Audition CS6 Essential Training show less
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Working with filters and EQ effects

Audition comes with an excellent collection of built-in graphic equalizers and equalizer-based effects to let you filter your audio to emphasize or de-emphasize various frequencies across your recordings. EQs allow you to get fine grain control over a very specific range of frequencies. You can boost to low levels to get more bass or cut the high and back if your recording sounds too trebly. EQ effects are often also referred to as Filters because they filter specific frequencies relative to the rest of the signal. Let's take a look at some examples. I've opened up the file Sing Real Loud, which we have seen already in this chapter.

Let's give it a listen again. (video playing) Now, earlier we talked about how to use compression to compensate for the wide dynamic range in this recording. But another issue here is one of sibilance. Sibilance is the overly harsh sound that sometimes is created when someone speaks or says words with the letter S and to a lesser extent the S-H and C-H s...

Working with filters and EQ effects
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Working with filters and EQ effects provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Audition CS6 Essential Training

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Audio + Music Video
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