EQ changes the levels of the frequencies in an audio signal. It doesn’t change the dynamics of these frequencies though. But it can change the overall dynamics. How?
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Yesterday I read the article ‘Hard Truths: Every Plugin Has a Downside’ that was published on LANDR. I asked myself: are these really Hard Truths like the writer Michael Hahn claims?
Is the Mäag EQ the most natural sounding EQ ever? I think so.
We are obsessed by old and analog sound. Even anno 2015 digital is often considered as a kind of a flat format lacking soul and warmth. What do you think? True or not?
You might be sitting there thinking (hey my Waves, URS, Vox, blah blah sound completely different). With some emulation plugins you have EQ+X. X can = Saturation, bandwidth limits, softclips, offset numerical values, & so on. Separate the X variable what do you have? The EQ algorithm. … If you find yourself asking the question […]
In Reason 7 parallel channels were introduced. This means that now any channel can has many digital copies for additional processing. This way you combine both the original channel and it’s parallel channel(s). For example you can compress the parallel channel with any compressor you would like and blend the two.