Ok, my first substantial question on the boards... I recorded my friend singing/playing New York State of Mind. This is into GarageBand through a M Audio MobilePre USB and a crappy MXL mic. When I was mixing it, I EQed each track (vocals and piano, recorded separately) separately, which as I just read in another thread I shouldn't do, I got a sound I liked. All the listening/mixing was done on Sennheiser HD280s, which I'm told are uber-accurate, so I don't have to worry about monitors screwing me up. I exported it into iTunes and took a listen. It sounds very bassy. When I EQed the piano, I boosted bass quite a bit and treble slightly. I don't know whether it was the mic itself or mic placement, but a lot of the bass didn't come through. So my question is when I EQ stuff (this one for example) should I cut mids instead of boosting bass and treble? Will that aleviate the "bassy" sound when listening in a normal environment? Thanks.