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Old 2012-12-08, 18:12
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Gee, that's a great EQ tutorial!
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Old 2012-12-09, 05:25
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What you have to do first is learn what freqs sound like. Buy something like the software on trainyourears.com, Auricula (android) or quiz tones (iphone/ipad). I own Auricula and have it on my smart phone. It has helped me out allot. You have to become familar with what a boost or cut at a certian freq sounds like.
A good site to check out also is understandingeq.com but this is if your a totally new to eqing. In the videos he just goes over what each knob does on an eq and then tells you how you have to train your ears to become familar with how freq sound like.
Best advice IMO, train your ears.
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Old 2012-12-09, 10:10
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More great advice. In a few months when I've studied all this i will be the one helping others out with eq !
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Old 2012-12-10, 00:50
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TrainYourEars EQ Edition

I have used Golden Ears when I was young, which is an ear training method for EQing, but now I'm using a software called TrainYourEars EQ Edition and it works great.
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Old 2012-12-10, 11:50
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Thanks this is a very good point also.. Ive not got any RE EQ's and havent trialled any. Once I understand it better I will have to start trialling them but any recommendations / thoughts on which are good or which are best to avoid would be interesting to hear
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Old 2012-12-10, 17:27
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Thanks this is a very good point also.. Ive not got any RE EQ's and havent trialled any. Once I understand it better I will have to start trialling them but any recommendations / thoughts on which are good or which are best to avoid would be interesting to hear
The EQ RE's all have different uses IMO. If I were you I'd stick with the stock devices for now because you can get great results from them if you work it.

Overview of stock devices can be found HERE

Producer showing how he gets huge sounds from the MClass can be found HERE

You might want to trial the REQ-131. I wouldn't recommend it as a go-to EQ just yet but I think it can help understand frequencies more as you move those faders around. The REQ-131 can be trialed and bought HERE

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Old 2012-12-11, 12:56
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haha quality post - I just broke the internet! ;-)

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