Using the Equalizer


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Using the Equalizer

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 limitations in your sound system. It's kind of like the bass and treble does on your stereo, but with a lot more granular control and flexibility. You can open the EQ by choosing Window > Equalizer, so this is the EQ here. It's currently turned on and its setting is Flat, meaning all of its frequency sliders are set to 0 db, so they are having no effect on the music I playback.

If I am getting too technical, the values you see going across the bottom of the EQ represent the range of human hearing in hertz. The lower frequencies are on the left, basically the base frequencies, and they move into the higher frequencies as you go to the right. The vertical values represent decibels, basically units that mea...

Using the Equalizer
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Using the Equalizer provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iTunes 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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iTunes
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