Using an audio editor, you can REALLY improve your voice over recordings. This article and video shows you how to get rid of saliva noises when recording voice overs. Of course it works for any kind for any kind of vocal recording where your mouth is close to the microphone. These saliva “clicks” – along…… See More
Posts About Equalization (EQ)
This archive contains all the posts on Home Brew Audio that talk about equalization (EQ). This refers to boosting or reducing specific frequencies in your audio to either enhance it or fix a problem.
Ever heard the phrase “Cut, don’t boost!” and ever wondered is it true? Do you want to know when to cut or when to boost when sculpting your EQ? Well, this article is just for you. But first – in case you don’t know what I’m talking about (cut what? boost what?), check out my post…… See More
Equalization – or “EQ” for short – is an extremely useful audio editing tool. In a way it’s sort of like Photoshop-for-audio. But instead of colors and brightness, etc. EQ adjusts frequency. I know! Just stay with me:). It helps a lot to understand at least a little about what we mean by “frequency” so…… See More
Equalization, or “EQ” for short, is one thing that can really differentiate a beginner mix from an expert one. Part of the reason for this is that it SEEMS like such a difficult topic to wrap your head around if you are not an engineer or audio techie. But part of the reason for that…… See More
One of the most important plugin for a mix is EQ (equalization). For a primer on what the heck EQ is and why you should know a little something about it, see my article What is Equalization, Usually Called EQ? And/or the video EQ (Equalization) and Frequency Explained. Here are some more tips on using EQ…… See More