Check out this post from Joe Gilder of homestudiocorner.com for today’s daily audiophile roundup. He writes about how the average audio engineer can be a mindless zombie sometimes. They may find themselves tweaking and boosting the EQ without any real sense of what they’re adjusting. It begins by making small adjustments, which cause you to make even more small adjustments – until pretty soon everything sounds bad. As he point out once you learn what frequencies ranges should sounds like, the better you’ll be at EQ’ing tracks.
Nice work Joe. Read the full article here:
Mindless EQ Zombies
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