#1
No, this is not about equalising in a band situation, very simple really; I'm using Windows Media Player to listen to music, and I was wondering if any of you could help me how to set the equaliser so the bass really stands out and is easily transcribable.

Yes I've tried the searchbar, but couldn't find too much.

Thanks, eh?
#2
turn the bass up and the treble down
Gear

Guitar:
Squier Strat

Amp:
Fender Roc Pro 1000 Half Stack

Pedals:
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah
Digitech Cool Cat Chorus
#3
Quote by wicket_nirvana
turn the bass up and the treble down


That I know, just don't know the actual frequencies^^

EQ's like this;

31Hz
62
125
250
500
1KHz
2
3
4
8
16KHz

I need very specific settings^^
#4
the higher the Hz, the higher the frequency


turn down the higher frequencies and turn up the lower ones
Gear

Guitar:
Squier Strat

Amp:
Fender Roc Pro 1000 Half Stack

Pedals:
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah
Digitech Cool Cat Chorus
#5
31Hz -Cut a lot. Like, near off.
62 -Leave flat.
125 -Boost slightly.
250 -Boost slightly.
500 -Leave flat.
1KHz -Cut very slightly.
2 -Cut very slightly.
3 -Cut slightly.
4 -Cut more.
8 -Completely off.
16KHz -Completely off.
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#6
Quote by t3hrav3n
31Hz -Cut a lot. Like, near off.
62 -Leave flat.
125 -Boost slightly.
250 -Boost slightly.
500 -Leave flat.
1KHz -Cut very slightly.
2 -Cut very slightly.
3 -Cut slightly.
4 -Cut more.
8 -Completely off.
16KHz -Completely off.


Thanks, that's what I needed!