A few simple compression and EQ techniques can help in getting all of the parts of a mix to fit nicely…
Creating an accurate translation of instruments for a large experience, like the PA isn’t there and the band is playing just for the fan.
While some prefer to let the new “automated” gear do the lion’s share of the EQ setup, others may prefer to go more by ear.
What if the EQ isn’t doing what we think it is? Wouldn’t it be in our best interest to know that, to avoid throwing off our carefully calibrated ears?
Looking into a simple technique to properly balance and equalize a full drum kit in a live mixing environment.
In a properly designed audio system, EQs are like nuts and bolts: each one has a specific job to do.