Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
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20 Hz and below - impossible to detect, remove as it only adds unnecessary energy to the total sound, thereby most probably holding down the overall volume of the track
i dunno, when i do PAs, if i boost my kicks or bass at 20Hz it defo makes the room shake. I guess my eq might not be that accurate though and it could be that im boostin the freqs just above 20hz (psp masterQ)
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sineus wrote:Thanks for that; very useful. I wonder what people use (besides their ears) to analyse the spectrum. Any plug-ins to recommend?
I use a free one:
inspector from elemental audio system
http://www.elementalaudio.com/products/ ... index.html
all the best and stay groovy
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IMO this was a very useful thread, concise, epic and otherwise, thanks. with respect to the amount to boost, it's helpful to me to remember all frequencies are not perceived alike:
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Thank you very much. Eq is one of my weak points right now. I'm not always sure about what to mess with. So thank you guys. Great post!
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interesting post. could anyone supply some presets for the eq settings mentioned for EQ Four? or The Abletons?
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Wanted to share some frequency ranges with you all. Feel free to contribute
Great thanks...do you have something similar for compression settings?
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