EQ is one of the most important parts of mixing, either when making sounds fit together, adding character, removing problems or giving your mix an overall shine. But there are many different types with different functions, all with a different response, so what’s best for what material, when to boost and when to cut and how can we break the rules to make our mixes stand out? Our head of school JC Concato has the answers and more in today’s FFL!
Fresh from his recent interview with Plugin Alliance, JC oversees the course content for all of our courses here in London, in Los Angeles and online. If you want to study with us, our diploma courses look much deeper into EQ than we could ever cover on FFL. Alongside our modules on mixing, there’s sound design, composition, mastering and even music business to cover on one of our most comprehensive courses.
Lasting up to 64 weeks it’s the ultimate course for anyone wanting to take their music-making seriously. Find out all the details about our online diploma courses here – available in both Logic and Ableton Live! Watch the FFL live from 1pm and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for more tutorials and live events.
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Editor’s Note: This is an old article and things have moved on considerably since the original publication date 🙂
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