PUREMIX Study of EQ Controls [TUTORiAL]

PUREMIX Study of EQ Controls
SYNTHiC4TE | 20 May 2017 | 639 MB
Every Equalizer Setting Explained. Equalizers are the most commonly used and misunderstood tool in an engineer’s toolkit.

The ability to bend, shape and carve frequencies at-will is an audio superpower not to be taken lightly. It’s important that sound engineers understand what is going on behind the knobs and fully understand the impact of what every EQ parameter can have on a sound.

Every equalizer, plug-in or hardware, has a similar but unique set of controls and parameters. Lucky for us, every knob does something completely different than the one next to it.

In this Puremix tutorial, Fab Dupont teaches you the core concepts that will make equalizers and everything they do, make sense. Learn the theory behind every EQ control so no matter what equalizer is put in font of you, you will be able to quickly shape sounds without second guessing yourself.

Once you're very very clearon what goes on when you turn those knobs, it won't matter what the knobs look like, where they possitioned and what they say because you will always be able to figure out what to do to get the sound you want.

In this tutorial Fab Dupont explains everything you need to know about:

  • Fully Parametric and Semi-Parametric EQ
  • Bell curves and Q settings
  • High and Low Shelves
  • High Pass and Low Pass filters (aka Low Cut and High Cut filters)
  • Analog vs Digital EQs
  • Frequency graphs
  • Personal tastes (sonically) and how to find the right tools to match
  • The subtle differences between the hundred of different EQs available

Learn the theory and concepts you need to know about EQ controls and parameters. The first step in becoming a Pro engineer is having a firm grasp on the basic principals of EQ. Fab theaches everything you need to know about the tool every engineer has in common.

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