LOW , MID , HIGH on SLICKEQ

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pennyroyaltea94
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LOW , MID , HIGH on SLICKEQ

Post by pennyroyaltea94 » Sat Oct 28, 2017 2:54 pm

Hi guys , using a real simple SLICK EQ Plug in as it's real simple to move around.

As you see they give you 1 MID LOW and HIGH to work with .

So for GUITAR , What 1 FREQ of each would be the most important ?

AND then for VOCALS , What 1 FREQ of each would be the most important ?

Thanks.

My music is just Loud Fuzzy Grunge like Guitar and A Vocal.
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Trebor
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Re: LOW , MID , HIGH on SLICKEQ

Post by Trebor » Sat Oct 28, 2017 3:44 pm

If guitar & vocals are on the same track you'd be better off with TDR's other freebie NOVA which has more frequency-bands and high-pass & low-pass filters

If you look at the spectrogram of your favorite example of the genre, and compare it to your performance, that could give you a guide as how to change the equalization.

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Re: LOW , MID , HIGH on SLICKEQ

Post by pennyroyaltea94 » Sun Oct 29, 2017 4:45 am

Trebor wrote:If guitar & vocals are on the same track you'd be better off with TDR's other freebie NOVA which has more frequency-bands and high-pass & low-pass filters

If you look at the spectrogram of your favorite example of the genre, and compare it to your performance, that could give you a guide as how to change the equalization.
I would EQ the BACKING GUITAR TRACK/GUIDE TRACK and Vocals one by one and then mix them together

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