Make Your Voice Sound Better – Vocal EQ Zones
This video is an indepth look at post production EQ for dialogue. This could be for a podcast, voice over or YouTube video where you want the audio to sound professional. I will be breaking down the frequency spectrum into 6 zones to keep the video focussed. These zones should be used as a guide only and will have to be adjusted to your dialogue or voice. I would never suggest copying exactly what I do and I hope you use your ears to guide your final EQ choices. These techniques work with condenser and dynamic microphones and with all room sizes. ►Timestamps 0:00 – Intro 1:10 – 0Hz to 50Hz 2:10 – 50Hz to 200Hz 6:40 – 200Hz to 600Hz 9:00 – 600Hz to 4kHz 10:00 – 4kHz – 8kHz 12:00 – 8kHz+ Room modes calculator: https://amcoustics.com/tools Edit: The bandwidth control on the analog style EQ does not actually affect the low boost I was doing. I set it before listening so wasn’t really aware. Note – sometimes you should read the manual before turning dials randomly! ► Support my channel and get exclusive perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIcC… ► Get my Sound Bank: http://bit.ly/inthemixstore ► Save money on DistroKid if you signup through my custom link → http://distrokid.com/vip/inthemix In this video I am using DT 1990 Pro headphones.
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