Equalize the Piano


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Equalizing the piano

The grand piano was an interesting instrument because it's so percussive and has such a wide frequency range. Because it can play just about any role and arrangement, it can be equalized in a lot of different ways. Here are some frequencies to look at when equalizing that piano. The piano can sound a lot different depending how it's miked. If there's one mike that's directly over the middle of the strings, it will sound one way. If that mike is moved out into the room it will sound another way. If it's mike with two mikes in stereo, it's going to sound different yet again. Regardless of how it's miked, there is a couple of frequency bands that make a big difference when it comes to equalizing and the first is the fullness of a piano.

If you want it to sound bigger and little bit closer to you, somewhere between 80 and a 100 Hz or maybe even 110 will give you that fullness. So the first thing we will do is we'll listen to this one without an EQ and have a l...

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

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