Equalization is one of the first tools that many of us begin using when learning to mix. At the beginning it’s very easy to hear drastic changes that occur when making large cuts and boosts. However, it’s much more difficult to hear subtle EQ moves.
A thorough understanding of the controls and a fair amount of ear training is required for a mixer to fully master the use of EQ. Ear training, of course, takes a time and consistent effort, but before you begin putting in the effort you should spend some time learning all that the EQ has to offer.
This video from Rob Mayzes of Musician on a Mission will get you up an running with all the stock EQs in Logic Pro X. If you use another DAW, you’ll get closer to fully understanding how to use EQ in your next mix.
Check out our Logic Pro X Tutorial if you need to get familiar with the basics of this powerful DAW.
Thank you for watching this video. If you like what you see, Rob has a 15 hour course covering everything you need to start producing music in Logic Pro X.
Have a marvelous time recording and mixing,