This is a Premium media item. Get complete access to it with a Full Access Pass.
Great training video, very clear and direct with good demos showing what happens when you make certain changes. Great job!
Too often, EQ is explained in a rather convoluted way. In reality, it’s really pretty simple. This video conveyed EQ in a manner that even someone with no audio background could understand. Visual references never hurt either.
Cool! Still not speaking within my vocab, but it helps me to understand a little about what you guys do.
Thanks that was helpful i think i might be able to fix eq a little now
this good thanks
A decent technical explanation, but not a good musical explanation. This session would be greatly helped with some music examples. Have a piano playing, show the EQ being adjusted, and let the viewer here what happens. Then a guitar. Then drums. Vocals. And so forth.
Then begin putting the entire mix together, using EQ to help tailor the sonic space for each instrument, explaining along the way. “Hear how the vocal is lost? Now, we add a slight boost to the vocal at 2.5kHz, and you can hear how it pops out without us raising its overall level. Notice how the bass guitar is lost? If we cut some of the bottom from the piano it creates space for the bass guitar.” And so on, dialing in the entire mix.
(BTW – it can be a fun exercise to use a recording, set all instruments to equal volumes with flat EQ, then see how many different ways you can adjust the mix using nothing but the EQ to move instruments forward and backward in the mix.)
Practical examples like this would teach the student not only WHAT the EQ controls do, but HOW and WHEN to use them.
Click here to cancel reply.
You must be logged in to post a comment.
To start connecting please log in first. You can also create a free account.
Lost your password?
You are not currently enrolled in any courses. Access unlimited courses, videos and articles with the All Access Pass. Worship team training has never been so affordable!