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Re: Mixing a live set

Good advice that I wouldn't have thought of first off.  My first
inclination is to boost frequencies so its good to reverse the
thinking and try it that (and far less likely to distort the output as

I'm hoping I finally have the live looping rig I want with the all the
elements I want available for making a ruckus.



On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 9:06 AM, mark francombe <markfrancombe@gmail.com> 
> another tip using Philips approach is to first boost the middle, then 
> sweep
> the frequency till it really sounds terrible, then cut that... do that 
> with
> high then low... then you probably need to increase the gain.
> definitely ... Cutting bad frequencies is better than boosting 
> frequencies
> you think you lack.
> Sent from my (advertisement removed)
> On 16 Oct 2012, at 17:00, phillip wilson <phillwilson@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Best advice I have had in theese kind of "at a pinch " situations, is to
> begin with the eq flat and then "cut away" anything that sounds "too 
> much"
> rather then getting into perpetual boosting of fequencies.... "kind of a
> wood for the trees way of working but it makes more sense to my ears.

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form. That is the primal ignorance which is the root cause of all trouble.

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