#1
i think that they are they EQ settings like low middle and high but im not quite. and also how do they affect sound
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#2
Exactly what they sound like, the frequency range between low and high (or bass and treble) Mids make the sound warmer and fuller, and they allow you to be heard in a band situation.
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#3
Mids are also marijuana buds that aren't schwag but aren't chronic, they're in the middle kind of, just in case you needed to know....more than one definition...
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#4
How they effect sound is they seem to have more of a feedback filled sound with high mids. Low makes the sound deeper. And high makes the sound if you have distortion crunch
#5
Quote by Nightrain57
i think that they are they EQ settings like low middle and high but im not quite. and also how do they affect sound


low = bass
middle = mids
high = treble

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#6
I like mids even when playing metal, I don't scoop them, I leave them at at least 5, then when I go to 'shreddier' music I put my mids to 9.5, drop bass and drop trebs a bit.