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Back to basics - audio recording : Equalizers

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Another video that may help some newcomers.
This serie is fun to do and will be a good playlist.
My next stop will be compressors

Your comments are greatly appreciated !

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kmetal Mon, 10/23/2017 - 16:55
Cool vid man! That fab eq is one nice eq. Been on my hitlist for a while.

I’m not saying they way you explained it was wrong, but I think technically Hz number is derived from the amount of cycles that he wavelength goes through in a period of time. I believe ‘cycles’ is interchangeable with ‘hertz’ so 500 cycles is exactly the same meaning as 500hz. So while wavelength comes into play I think it’s technically the amount of cycles occur. Which you alluded to in the text blurb on the vid.

Anyway just figured I’d mention it. Cheers bud, looking forward to the compression one.

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pcrecord Mon, 10/23/2017 - 17:50
kmetal, post: 453701, member: 37533 wrote: I’m not saying they way you explained it was wrong, but I think technically Hz number is derived from the amount of cycles that he wavelength goes through in a period of time.
Yeah I catched it too late but I wrote the text : ''and from their recycle time'' on the screen.. I should have been more precise on this .. thanks..
It's hard to keep it basic and technical at the same time ;)
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