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Equalizer

The Equalizer is used to raise or lower the volume of specific frequencies on audio. It is used to create balance in the frequency spectrum of a track, recording and across a whole song or project. Use it to cut away unwanted frequencies or to boost the wanted ones. It is a powerful tool for mixing, cleaning up or to creatively sculpt your sound.

HPF FREQ
Set the frequency of the High Pass Filter, to cut away frequencies below it. Also called a “low cut” filter.

PEAK FREQ
Set the desired frequency of the peak filter.

PEAK GAIN
Set the gain of the peak filter. Raise the gain to increase the volume at the peak frequency position or lower the gain to decrease it.

PEAK Q
Set the width/shape of the peak filter curve. A low value means a broader or smoother curve while a high value is a narrow and sharper curve.

LPF FREQ
Set the frequency of the Low Pass Filter, to cut away frequencies above it. Also called a “high cut” filter.