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Equalisation can be an incredibly useful tool if you know how to make use of it for your frequencies. Indeed, equalisation is the term which is used to describe the boosting or cutting of frequencies; in turn, it can help you to enhance the sound system’s overall tonal quality.
Start with your graphic set to its 0 dB level and try to reduce the problem area by cutting problem frequencies. Listen carefully to any changes made; don’t just change things for the sake of it.
The idea is to make the sound natural, especially for vocals. As a general rule of thumb, for vocals, try to cut the lower frequencies leaving the vocal energy intact. Watch out for feedback and cut offending bands; try not to over cut as this reduces the dynamics of the sound.
An example of a good starting point for an equalisation curve:
An example of a starting point for a typical small band’s PA System:
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