How To Equalize The Acoustic Guitar In Audio Mixing


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Equalizing the acoustic guitar

The acoustic guitar has an entirely different sound from electric guitar, so it has to be approached differently. Plus each acoustic guitar has its own sound depending upon the body size and the wood that it's made from. Here is how to equalize that acoustic guitar to make it fit a lot better in the mix. First thing we have to remember is, that the bigger the guitar body, like a dreadnought or a jumbo sized, the more bottom in it will have. That doesn't necessarily mean it will record better though because it might actually sound too big for the mix. The other thing is that a small body or a cut away acoustic guitar will have a lot less bass but that may make it sit better in the mix as a result.

The same goes for the wood that it's made from. Certain woods will sound better because it will be brighter and other woods will sound a little darker, and that will make it even fit better in the mix or stick out or actually fallback little in the mix. It depends on the song. It depends...

Equalizing the acoustic guitar
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Equalizing the acoustic guitar provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mixing Bootcamp

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