Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video The Equalizer, part of Learning iTunes 12.
- Now let's take a look at iTunes'…built-in graphic equalizer.…In the world of audio equipment,…an equalizer, also called an EQ, is a device…that allows you to adjust the level…of specific ranges of frequencies,…which can enhance the sound of your music…or even compensate for the limitations…in your sound system.…It's kind of like what the bass and treble knobs…do on your stereo, but with a lot more…granular control and flexibility.…On the Mac, you can open the EQ…by going to Window, Equalizer.…On Windows, you'll go to the View menu…and choose Show Equalizer from there.…Why it's different on Mac and Windows,…I have no idea.…
But in any case, this is the EQ right here.…It's not currently turned on, and its setting is flat,…meaning all of its frequency sliders…are set to zero dB.…So they're having no effect on the music I play back.…Therefore, even if I turn on the EQ,…I wouldn't hear any difference.…Now, without any getting too technical,…the values you see going across the bottom…of the EQ represent the range of human hearing in Hertz.…
- Differences between the Mac and Windows versions of iTunes
- Using the playback controls
- Importing music and videos
- Consolidating your library
- Finding duplicate songs
- Playing music, playlists, and radio
- Sharing and streaming content
- Purchasing content from the iTunes Store
Skill Level Beginner
Speeding Up and Maintaining Your Macwith Nick Brazzi1h 32m Beginner
1. iTunes Interface
2. Importing Media
3. Managing Your Library
4. Playing Your Content
5. Sharing and Streaming Content
6. iTunes Store
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