EQ is just two letters, but it opens up a minefield of sonic pitfalls. There’s parametric, graphic, linear phase and whole lot more in many different configurations. So how do you use them? What are the best practices? When do you apply it and why? Most of all, do you boost or do you cut? That’s why we created this “Common EQ Mistakes” course. We show you common EQ mistakes and you get to learn from them.
Joe Albano is an audio pro. He has spent years refining his craft and, along the way, has made every EQ mistake possible! :) That’s why he’s so accomplished! In this course, he focusses in on 10 of his "favorite" EQ mistakes and explains them one-by-one so that you can benefit from the results!
So, learn from Joe’s missteps in this 10 Common Compression EQ Mistakes course and you'll be able to dive into your own tracks, mixes and masters with “EQ confidence” and achieve the best sonic results.
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Robert wrote on November 11, 2017
Excellent content and instructor. The course is fundamental and indispensable. Highly recommended!
T2C wrote on June 8, 2017
Joe Albano does a good job explaining the most common EQ mistakes and EQ Do 's & Don't in this course I would recommend it to others.
Jonathan wrote on December 25, 2016
I always appreciate hearing other's perspectives on such a subjective art form, particularly when they are from somebody who presents concepts clearly and simply. Joe's insights are useful and help me think about where I may be able to improve my EQing, and in which situations I may choose to follow or ignore his guidance. Thanks, Joe!
Pecchan wrote on December 8, 2016
This is a solid entry-level course covering the basics of EQ use. Recommended for beginner to intermediate level producers.
Thomas wrote on March 18, 2016
Even for a pro it's from time to time nice to look over another pro's shoulder. I enjoyed this course a lot. Maybe still you should tell students how important it is to filter out unneeded lows with a hpf on almost every instrument except maybe for bass instruments. This should be the first eq thing to do before they even think about cranking up the his and mids...Cheers, Thomas
BPGeez wrote on March 9, 2016
This course is fantastic like the last in this series! Great teacher and great examples! Can't wait to check out the next one:) Good gig MacPro
EQ mistakes wrote on February 23, 2016
Nice to have a light review of EQ's. For me it was refreshing. Nothing new for a pro, but good to keep your information fresh and see someone's perspective. Nice course!
Dv8ter wrote on February 6, 2016
Helpful course to remind you not to forget to overdo eq & not to forget the basics.
BM Brooks wrote on February 3, 2016
Great course, both for beginners, and a great refresher on the "core" knowledge of using EQ's. Clear and concise.
Tolga wrote on January 28, 2016
Great "From The Craddle" Like EQ Tips Thanks!...Peace:)