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What is EQ?


Learning how to use EQ, is the first step toward developing great mixing skills. Knowing how frequencies interact and knowing how they all fit together is a crucial skill that mixing engineers should have.

Equalization, or EQ,  is the most important mixing processor to create separation in your instruments and balance in your mixes.

Long-time contributor Alex Joyal has made an informative video about EQ that you can learn a lot from.

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