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Title: Bend Me, Shape Me: Lessons Learned By Validating Console EQ
Post by: Keith Clark on August 02, 2018, 05:21:33 pm
Bend Me, Shape Me: Lessons Learned By Validating Console EQ
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?
By Michael Lawrence • Posted in Reading Room on August 2, 2018

Quick. Before we start, take a look at the channel strip EQ settings in the image below. Grab a pen and paper and try to sketch the curve you think each one would produce. No cheating – don’t look ahead!

Got it? Good.

As several of my fellow LSI contributors have stated in the past, analog consoles are often used in the training process because their layout helps the operator see exactly what’s going on with the signal flow. However, there’s one area in which I think digital consoles really outshine their analog brethren when it comes to training: equalization.

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