Join Skye Lewin for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding EQ, part of Mixing and Mastering with Logic Pro X.
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…EQ, or equalization, is an enormously powerful tool in your mix arsenal.…It's something that you'll use time and…time again to help each element find its place in your mix.…In this video, we're going to do a quick overview of how EQ works.…For a much more in-depth look at EQ, check out Foundations of Audio: EQ and…Filters with Brian Lee White right here on Lynda.com.…Let's start by opening the channel EQ in Logic.…I'm going to open the channel EQ on the lead vocal track for now.…This is probably the EQ that you'll use the most in Logic and it's also great for…looking at the basics of EQ.…The basic controls on this EQ are frequency, gain, and the Q, or bandwidth.…The frequency, or center frequency,…is the frequency at which any given band of EQ will affect the audio signal.…
In this EQ, we have eight different bands of equalization.…Each band's frequency control is here at the bottom.…We can click and drag it up or down to change the center frequency for that band.…Notice how the dot also moves.…We can also click and…
- Importing audio
- Using Track Stacks
- Working with the Logic Mixer
- Mixing a song
- Automating and bouncing the mix
- Mastering the final track(s)
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Foundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
Get in the Mix with Logic Prowith Brian Lee White2h 26m Intermediate
1. Setting Up Your Project for a Mix
2. Working with the Logic Mixer
3. Mixing a Song
4. Automating and Bouncing Your Mix
5. Mastering in Logic Pro X
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