Audio Mixing Bootcamp: How to Equalize the Organ


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Equalizing the organ

The organ is a quintessential instrument to add glue to a track. It isn't always heard as a distinct instrument, but you can always feel its presence. In this video I'm going to show you a couple of approaches when it comes to EQ-ing an organ. So you have to remember that an organ, especially like a Hammond B3 has a really wide frequency range. It can have a huge low-end, so you have to be careful that it doesn't get in the way of the bass or the kick drum. That's why it's not in common to use a high-pass filter to roll off the low-end below a 100Hz or so. Let's listen to the organ in the track. (Music playing) Sounds pretty good.

Let's listen to it by itself now. This is a Hammond B3 through a Leslie. And there are two speakers on the Leslie. There is a rotating horn and there's also a rotating speaker on the bottom. The speaker on the bottom will give you the low frequencies and of course the horn will give you the high frequencies, so this is miked with two dif...

Equalizing the organ
Video duration: 6m 49s 8h 53m Beginner

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

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Audio + Music
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