Equalizing Acoustic Guitars

The Music Telegraph | Text 2021/12/27 [13:14]

Equalizing Acoustic Guitars

The Music Telegraph| 입력 : 2021/12/27 [13:14]

 

Figure 1: EQ setting on the Acoustic Guitar track (Pro Tools 1-Band EQ III plug-in)

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Equalizing Acoustic Guitars

 

First, let's add a 1-band EQ in order to have the acoustic guitar cut through the mix a little bit more. 

 

 

1) Insert a 1-Band EQ on the Acoutic Guitar track with the settings shown in Figure 1 above.

(In this article, I am dealing with 1-Band EQ III in Pro Tools.)

 

2) Solo the Acoustic Guitar track and compare the track with and without EQ using the Bypass button.

Feel free to change these settings for the EQ in order to satisfy your mixing taste.

 

3) Pan the Acoustic Guitar track a little bit to the Left (the Pan value should read around <40).

 

4) When you are ready, move on to the solo acoustic guitar track (Acoustic Guitar 2 track)

 

 

Figure 2: EQ setting up on the Acoustic Guitar 2 track (Pro Tools 7-Band EQ III plug-in)

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5) Insert a 7-band EQ on the Acoustic Guitar 2 track and set the parameters as shown in Figure 2.

This setting helps to cut the spilling of the other instruments that are present in the solo acoustic guitar track, and also to have an acoustic guitar sound that cuts through the mix more. 

 

6) Pan the Acoustic Guitar 2 track a little bit to the Right (>40).

 

7) Feel free to experiment with the settings for the EQ. 

 

 

 

 

 

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