Your Ultimate Guide to EQ is 44% Off Until Friday
Yesterday I squashed some of your fears about EQ by telling you that you can use it however you want as long as you like the end result.
- Subtractive EQ isn’t better than boosting. It’s just one way of using an EQ to get a good mix.
- You can boost and cut as much as you want. The “never boost more than 3 dB” advice is nonsense if it doesn’t help you shape the sound you want.
Here’s what a reader had to say about my myth-busting yesterday:
“Thanks for clearing that up! I’ve always felt guilty when I boosted around 12dB, let alone 18, regardless I did that mostly with synths where it’s easier to get away with as opposed to acoustic stuff.”
All that matters is whether your mix is sounding good. It doesn’t matter how you get there.
I want you to feel confident that even though your EQ curves might look “wrong” your mixes will sound right.
However, you might still need some strategies to understand how to fully use EQ to get there, and that’s where EQ Strategies – Your Ultimate Guide to EQ comes in.
It’s one of my most popular products and it’s helped thousands of home studio musicians and bedroom producers improve their EQ skills since the original version came out close to ten years ago.
It’s been continuously updated and revised since then and we’re currently on the fourth version of the course.
And to celebrate Icelandic Independence Day today, I’m putting it on sale for 44% off!
Why 44% off? Because Iceland became fully independent in 1944 and that’s the only excuse I need to come up with such a random number.
Here’s what you to do take advantage of the discount:
- Click this link – www.EQStrategies.net
- Scroll to the bottom and pick the package you want.
- Add the coupon code EQ44 on the checkout page
- Dive into EQ Strategies – Your Ultimate Guide to EQ and learn everything you need to create separation between your instruments and balance in your mixes.
EQ Strategies – Your Ultimate Guide to EQ is the equivalent of downloading my 15 years of knowledge into your brain while bypassing my years of learning, the embarrassment of my mixing mistakes, and the thousands of dollars I spent on audio school.
Here’s exactly what you’ll learn from EQ Strategies:
- The 3 basic principles of greater EQ’ing
- How EQ works and where you can find all the frequency problems you encounter in your mixes
- Whether you should use a paid EQ plug-in or stick to your stock channel EQ
- The EQ Vocabulary you need to know, what all the EQ jargon means and where to find “buzz word frequencies” like muddiness, boxiness, boominess, harshness and the like
- How to use the analyzer to find where your instruments are clashing
- The difference between EQ’ing or compressing your tracks first
- The difference between subtractive and additive EQ, and how much you can really boost a frequency
- How to master the art of filtering
- When and why to use different filter slopes
- How to use subtractive EQ to fix home recordings
- In-depth EQ techniques to mix killer drums. Learn powerful techniques for thick kick drums, punchy snares, massive toms and smooth cymbals
- How to EQ drum samples and loops when you don’t know if they’re good enough on their own
- How to EQ percussion to fit with the drums in your mix
- How to EQ a bass that’s thick and powerful
- Using little known harmonic secrets to EQ the bass guitar to cut through the mix without cluttering up the low-end
- Two simple tricks to fit the kick drum and the bass guitar together
- How to add weight, body, and presence to guitars using EQ
- How to mix the guitars in the context of the mix, not in solo
- How to EQ the acoustic guitar (and other acoustic string instruments)
- How to get rid of the “cheap-o” sound from acoustic guitars
- How to make your electric guitars cut through the mix without getting in the way of the vocals
- Easy EQ fixes for your electric guitar
- How to make your pianos, keyboards, synths, horns and strings sound great
- How to make your vocals cut through the mix with presence and power
- How to eliminate vocal muddiness with EQ
- The 6 frequency areas you must know to get a pro-sounding vocal
- How to find where the instruments are clashing with the vocals
- How to get rid of that annoying nasal sound that makes your singer sound like they have a cold
- Where to focus your EQ to get rid of sibilance
- How to use mid/side EQ on backing vocals to make room for the lead vocals in a dense vocal mix
- How to EQ brass instruments like saxophones, trumpets, trombones, and flutes. If you’ve ever had to mix a horn section, it has its own separate set of challenges. If you’ve ever wondered how to get rid of the tinny harshness of a trumpet, smooth out a sexy saxophone solo, or add air and brightness to a flute, this video will show you how.
- How to EQ the mix together and get a good balance of all the instruments without making your mix a muddy mess
- The opposite way you should EQ depending on how many instruments you have
- How to add character and sweetening to the mix with EQ
- How to get clarity in the low-end without losing weight in your mixes
- How to EQ orchestral instruments and strings such as violins, violas, and cellos. Learn how to bring out the thickness of the cellos, the lushness of the violas and the air of the violins. If you’re struggling to smooth out the edginess of a string section, this video will help you make your beautiful string arrangements fill out your mix.
- How to use EQ to get your mixes to translate to every speaker system
Even if you were only interested in a fraction of the things that EQ Strategies teaches, you’d still get your money’s worth – especially at 44% off!
Let me ask you though…If all EQ Strategies did for you was help you create more powerful and punchy mixes, would that be worth it to you?
And if all it did was give you a proven workflow to create separation between the instruments in your mixes and make your songs radio-ready, wouldn’t that be super helpful?
And what if all it did was help you create mixes that made people go “wow! Did you mix that? It sounds awesome!” wouldn’t you want that?
If that’s the case, it seems like you have two choices:
- Do nothing and stay where you are. Keep creating muddy mixes that sound weak, thin, and harsh…or
- Take action and start mixing awesome sounding songs where you can hear all the different instruments in your mixes.
I think the choice is clear.
So head over here: www.EQStrategies.net, use the code EQ44 to get your discount – and get started making clearer mixes.
Honestly, this package has so much valuable information I don’t know how long I’ll offer it at this price…so it’s probably best if you get it now so you can make your next mix the best one you’ve ever made.
Here’s the link again:
Looking forward to helping you make better-sounding mixes!