Eq before or after effects

John: Whenever I was early mixing, I basically heard that and then
used that as kind of as rule of thumb. Or not a rule of thumb necessarily,
but hard and fast law, where I had an EQ on my chain, then compressor, and
then another EQ. The only problem I had with that was that I would separate
EQs that were reacting to each other creating a whole new EQ curve that I
never actually saw graphically, or never actually had it in one place. And
I would have open two, plug-ins, “Oh, where is that one at to change?” You
know, that sort of thing.

“ I love using the H-EQ for both forensic subtractive EQ on an individual instrument, as well as over the mix buss to push the tonal qualities of a mix. Having the guide analysis showing the ‘before’ and ‘after’ is really useful. Recently I’ve been using it to accentuate the tonal quality on an orchestral track with lots of ribbon mics, including for the lead vocal. I was going for that old-fashioned, dark ribbon tone for the overall mix, and I used the H-EQ over the mix buss to emphasize this while controlling the output level. ”

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