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ENGL POST EQing

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Jak3, Aug 28, 2010.

  1. Jak3

    Jak3 Member

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    Hey guys, im just wondering if theres any frequencies i should boost or cut on this guitar tone here?

    Dont mind the shitty ezdrummer, my sd2.0 is down for a couple days due to hard drive failure.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4799456/dupe10.mp3


    Just a little snipplet i did after work tonight.
     
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    Give it a little more 5khz, maybe even some 8-10khz. A little less around 150-250hz, and I'm talkin' no more than 3db on any of those. Right now it sounds like the guitars are carrying the low end when it should be the bass and kick drum.
     
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    is this the Pod Farm version of ENGL or a real one?
     
  4. Jak3

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    Ya theres no bass guitars in there. I think i added a bit more bass then needed to make up for it. I got a little boost (2db) at 5-6kish already and a cut at like 500-600hz (2db). Ill try a little around 8-10k

    I bet if i just lowered the bass a tinny bit on my preamp i should be alright with the 150-250hz cut.


    This clip is from my Engl e530 quad tracked with impulses.

    Thanks too.
     

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