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Equalization, sometimes called "EQing," is the process of adjusting frequency levels within a signal. On this site, it refers generally to adjusting frequency content in audio. Use this tag for questions about frequency balance or using an equalizer.

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How can i go higher than the frequency limit set on EQ band 6 automation in davinci resolve

Very new to audio stuff so sorry if i get some terms wrong in advance. I'm using automation to keyframe the frequency on band 6 in the EQ as shown here Even when it hits the bottom, i still dont feel ...
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Is it possible to see room noise?

In Adobe Audition, using any of the visualisation/analysis tools, is is it possible to see and isolate, then remove room/background noise? Was wondering if there are certain frequencies that human ...
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Calibrate EQ Using Speaker SPL Graph

I have a pair of old speakers that I want the EQ calibrated for, and I found their manual with its SPL graph. However, I'm wondering if the graph is even accurate now (the speakers are around 15 years ...
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Calibrate Graphic EQ without SPL Meter

I have a graphic EQ connected to my amp which I want to calibrate for a flat response. I've read somewhere that you can't calibrate a EQ by ear using test tones (different frequencies at same volume) ...
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How do I filter a voice recording to sound like a NES game sample?

The style that I am shooting for can be heard on this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZlPiehYpVM at 2:18 ("Blades of Steel") I have tried playing with equalization, hi-pass/low-pass, and ...
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How do I make something sound "cloudy" as though my ears are plugged using Ableton Live? [closed]

I'm working on a song that I'd like to have drums similar to Radiohead's "Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors." I love the way the bass kick sounds like it's cloudy, as though I were hearing it through plugged ...
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