frequency chart

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Imunk, Dec 17, 2005.

  1. Imunk

    Imunk Guest

    hello everyone...
    I've got stuck with my mix :-?
    I need chart of audio frequency, especially mud zone area.
    My whole mix sound fatiguing.
    Can anybody help me with these?
  2. davedarling

    davedarling Guest

    hey Imunk -

    "charts are for eye doctors" .... just kidding.

    mud lives in the 300 to 500 range most of the time, and fatigue seems to be a hi mid to high area. - sounds like you've got a couple of problems.
    first - reference-reference-reference - grab a recording you like, and A/B it with your mix.put an EQ on you mix, so you can turn overall freqs up and down to try and identify problem areas in comparison to you reference mix.
    I f turning down 500 seems to clear up your mix - you can go back in to individual tracks and look for the culprits. Is your mix brighter than your reference? bigger or smaller on the bottom?
    The old "eq on the whole mix to find the $*^t " gag is a great learning tool,
    and can help you learn the individual problem spots that come up in recording.

    good luck - dave darling
  3. Imunk

    Imunk Guest

    Thank's dave!
    it's sound clear now.
    But when i add another guitar track it's sound honk!
    after i solo that track and listen carefully, yes! that track honk!
    but i difficult to sweep and find that devil!
    how is that?
  4. JamesG

    JamesG Guest

    ahh yes the honk, so many nights trying to eq the damn evil frequency that causes it :evil:
  5. aztec

    aztec Guest

    You might want to have a read at these two articles...

    Magic frequencies :


    Take care
  6. Imunk

    Imunk Guest

    Thank you

    Thank's a lot Guys!
    I think it's very usefull.
    where I Will try harder with
    Thank you

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