EQ question- getting more bass than treble

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EQ question- getting more bass than treble

Post by DigFella » Fri Sep 23, 2016 8:08 am

Bear with me, I may have alot of questions. Newbie here excited to be getting started digitizing a large collection :) I've done a few songs & feel I have the recording levels decent. They sound decent in the car, volume-wise & such. I think I'm fairing ok with "cleaning up" some scratchy ones as well (Thanks for making that so easy!). But, I have noticed the few tracks I've done have more bass than treble. Do I need to EQ something someplace? Turntable only has volume control, & I'm going in direct to computer. Can I use something in "effects"? Can U remove pops & clicks AND do an EQ, or is it one or the other?
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Re: EQ question- getting more bass than treble

Post by Acoustica Greg » Fri Sep 23, 2016 4:21 pm


You can do both if you like, but first you should try to just get a good recording and figure out why there's no treble. Make sure your LPs are clean and the needle is dust-free.

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