Equalizing tracks


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Equalizing tracks

As the name implies, equalization is a process that aims to make specific portions of the frequency range of a given instrument or a voice in your song less out of proportion with other portions of the frequency range of the sound, Much could be said about EQ and this GarageBand Essential Training course is not the place for it. The art of EQing recorded sounds is a lifelong pursuit for many engineers. It will be helpful to you to practice listening to sounds you've recorded with the Visual EQ Effect open and the Analyze check box checked.

Let's take a look at the Bass Guitar track. While we're here, I'll replace this icon with a Bass Guitar just for fun. It's easy to do. You can change any of your icons, just by clicking on this box in the Browse window. Let's move over to the Edit tab and focus on the EQ. Visual EQ currently is turned off. I am going to enable it and then click the Adjust EQ button to bring open the window. I'll move it over here so we have ...

Equalizing tracks
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Equalizing tracks provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Todd Howard as part of the GarageBand '11 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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GarageBand
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