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Old 25th January 2009
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Favorite/most useful 8200 EQ settings

Usually which setting do you prefer on mix buss as starting point?
Do you cut something in the low mid section? If yes, usually how much (Q and gain)?

Thank you
Old 25th January 2009
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How the heck would we know what to tell you to cut if we haven't heard the recording?

The *only* somewhat common move on a mix buss eq is to add some high end shelf to taste, maybe a bit of bottom. But even that would depend on the material.

If you get someone saying "yeah I always pull out some 200hz" etc. it's more than likely that their room isn't treated properly.

Use your ears.
Old 25th January 2009
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Hal ➡️
Usually which setting do you prefer on mix buss as starting point?
Do you cut something in the low mid section? If yes, usually how much (Q and gain)?

Thank you
This is like receiving a bowl of soup at a restaurant and asking the server how much ground pepper and salt you should add or whether you should add some water to dilute it.

If the soup needs pepper then you add it.
Old 26th January 2009 | Show parent
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My favorite starting setting when using the 8200 is flat and then I'll usually adjust from there

TW
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