So why would we do this? Well, not to really accentuate or make a few frequencies stand out, but to CORRECT for any differences in the response of your microphone to the true tone of your specific voice. No mic is perfect (Some damn close). So in order to make your voice as real as possible, you sometimes need to bring up those frequencies that your microphone may not pick up as well, and conversely, de-emphasize any frequencies of your voice the mic is too sensitive too. Ah.. I’m beginning to make sense, huh?
January 28, 2012
EQ Brute! Yes even you should use EQ…by Dan Lenard