#1
Ok, I'm trying to figure out the bass part for this song and it's covered up too much by the guitar and keyboard. So I was wondering the best way to bring out the bass with the EQ. I've tried both the treble reducer and bass booster, but neither of them are enough. How should I adjust it to muffle everything but the low notes? As you can tell, I've never really messed around with the EQ before.

By the way, I'm using the iTunes Equalizer, if that would make a difference.


EDIT: I would also like to like to know what the best setting for lead guitar parts would be.
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#2
Umm... Not really sure but I would guess that you should cut the highs and higher mids, keep the lower mids and boost the lows.
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#4
OK, if it has presets try one for rap. I find that it works the best, still not much but a starting point perhaps.
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#5
reduce the high end. slightly boost some of the upper mids to make it cut through the mix. reduce low mids to avoid muddiness. boost the low end.