Join Brian Lee White for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Audio Foundations: EQ and Filters.
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For members at all subscription levels, I provided you with guiding exercise content in the form of Get in the Mix demonstration sessions that you can open up in your own DAW. Watch the video about the Get in the Mix content to learn more about this unique learning experience. Let's get started!
AuthorBrian Lee White
- Measuring frequency and amplitude
- Understanding the relationship between frequency and pitch
- Working with EQ controls such as bandwidth (Q) and gain
- Using graphic EQ
- Understanding the shelving and high-pass and low-pass filters
- Creating focus with EQ
- Creating complementary EQ curves
- Performing frequency bracketing with filters
- Automating EQ
- Using frequency analyzers
- Using harmonic generators to excite frequency content
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Understanding Frequency and Amplitude
2. Using Equalizers
3. Advanced EQ Topics
4. Additional EQ and Filtering Techniques
6. An Interview with the Author
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