An equaliser simply boosts or cuts a specified frequency within audio. In fact, consider what a volume knob does on your sound system. It raises or reduces the gain/volume of a single band. That band encompasses the whole audio. The problem is not understanding what an equaliser is but how and when to use it.
The EQ Masterclass package offers access one highly acclaimed eBook- EQ Uncovered and ACCESS TO 4 hours of 21 in-depth video tutorials!
EQ, or equalisation, is the one dynamic that everyone has in their arsenal of dynamic processors and yet so many have trouble getting to grips with it. With this in mind the Samplecraze EQ Masterclass video series explores in-depth the various type of eqs available and how and when to use them.
The video series kicks off with a detailed tutorial exposing the differences between linear phase and minimum phase topologies with emphasis on how and when to use them. This is then followed by numerous videos explaining the differences between the various types of eqs available; from graphic to parametric, dynamic to sweeping, notch to quasi-parametric and so on…., all the various eq types are explained in detail and are supplied with hands-on before and after audio examples to help you to see and hear the differences in action. No video series would be complete without specific equalisation examples for voice, drums, guitar and so on and I have made sure to cover these subjects in great detail, showing you how to use eq each sound/instrument and with which eq design.
To fully master this subject a modicum of theory is necessary and I have made sure to provide the necessary grounding in all areas of equalisation. However, nothing quite compares to the hands-on approach of learning and this has been endorsed with countless before and after audio examples with guides on what to use and when to use them.
Finally the video series is accompanied with the well reviewed EQ Uncovered eBook which delves into this subject in great detail leaving no stone unturned. The book alone received a 9/10 rating from MusicTech