Multiplier welcomes you and discusses the ideas and techniques he will be exploring in this course.
Learn why to do it, how to do it, and how steep should it be.
Discover the trick to locating and removing unwanted resonances, demonstrated on a high hat.
Multiplier shows you how to not let gain compensation fool you into thinking an EQ change improved a sound!
Understanding loudness curves is critical to understanding how we as humans hear frequencies.
This video looks at the relationship between EQ and dynamics.
Get a quick look at why you don't usually use brickwall filters, and what you can use instead.
Learn how it works, and whether or not you should.
Some EQs are designed to be modulated, others not. Multiplier explains it all.
Take the guesswork out of comparing EQ / tonal balances by scientifically measuring them and comparing to a reference.
Learn what is white noise, pink noise, and how and why we might EQ towards it.
Get an introduction to Minimum Phase vs Linear Phase EQ. Discover Pre / Post Ringing and the two main problems with Linear Phase.
Potential problems considered, when would you actually use Linear Phase EQ and what exactly is this
Explore four concepts and ideas for EQing when mixing.
Learn about EQing for tone, and two tips for doing it better.
Do you really need to, for example, notch out frequencies for the snare? Multiplier explains in detail.
Adam Pollard aka Multiplier, brings you the first of many series designed for the electronic music producer. In this series, Multiplier covers some basics and deeper sides of EQ, as well as how it’s utilized when producing electronic music.
Adam starts by welcoming you and gives an overview of what’s to come, and then jumps right in with videos on Low & High Pass EQ, Surgical EQ, how to be aware when compensating for Gain, understanding Loudness Curves, and the relationship between EQ and Dynamics.
Next, you’ll learn about some inherent problems when using Brickwall Filters, how to tune Cutoff Frequency, Modulating EQ, Measuring & Matching EQ, utilizing Pink Noise when EQing, and the differences between Linear Phase and Minimum Phase EQ.
Wrapping it all up, Multiplier explores concepts and ideas about using EQ when mixing, how to EQ for Tone, and explains how to notch out stubborn frequencies that are compromising a sound.
See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you’re into producing electronic music and want some deeper tips and ideas about using EQ, this series will lead the way… Watch “Electronic Music Producer’s Guide: EQ” today.
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The series is a mix of different EQ related topics which are all very useful and gave me new insights.
What I mainly like is the analytical way everything is presented. Instead of saying "method A is better than method B" he also shows with examples and spectrograms why that is actually the case. Very good!
I can really advice this series to anyone that knows the very basics of EQ! Even if you are not using Ableton, because most of the things are about EQ itself and not about Ableton in particular.