#2
I could do that with cubase 4, just a case of learning how 2 do it, and also theres nothing 2 stop u adding more EQs to the channel if u find u need more than the 4 it gives u, but on the whole, 4 is usualy enough points.
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#3
Awesome, Thanks a lot.

Also, is there any way to tell what parts are strongest at what frequencies? can you tell that yourself or is there like a list around the internet i could use?

Thanks
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#4
dont trust the internet, practice using ur ears. Wost thing u can do is just belive that certain things are correct, mixing and recording is an art. experiment.

one thing i will say is that when u EQ sumthing, dont just eq it without listening 2 the whole track, just cause (for example) a guitar sounds amazing by itself doesnt mean its goin to sound great with the rest of the mix. when u EQ think about the whole mix and how u want it 2 sound and just play about
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Jackson RR5
Taylor 12 String acoustic
Yamaha RBX 5string bass
MAIN AMP:
Hughes And Kettner Trilogy w/ 4x12 HnK cab
#8
There's enough in the Cubase EQ anyway, since you'll be EQ'ing each track separately.
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