Uphys wrote:Controlling the mid frequencies is best done by adjusting the lows and highs in the opposite direction and using the track's gain (volume) fader, e.g. to increase the mids, reduce both the highs and lows and increase the track's volume.
For more precise frequency control I'd recommend using the filter additionally.
No1DaBeats wrote:It's the DJ EQ from Cubase. The only difference is that you cannot
boost or cut the mid band. This "EQ" is a joke... Can't believe it!
melts6 wrote:No no hardware problem, that's bull. I use Auria also and the eq's on that app are only comparable to a full blown Neve desk! And these are available on 48 tracks, 8 subgroups and the master.
And that are only the eq's. You get the compressor/lim/gate systems on all these tracks too! And these are also very high quality units. Oh and all in 24bit audio too compared to Cubasis 16bit engine. Cubasis effects and eq's are a toy compared to that. Now Auria and Cubasis cost about the same so there's no excuse for it. Cubasis should have been priced the same as Garageband, no more. Steinberg has to ante up the game considerably to impress me at least.
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