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At the end of this video there is some behind the scenes of our next unreleased song/music video ;) The giveaway link is below
I hope you are all having a great day, today we are continuing our FL Studio
basics series by talking about Fruity Parametric EQ 2.
This EQ is a fantastic tool to separate, shape and clean up instruments and vocals
in your mix. It is super easy to use and very intuitive however there are a few “hidden” features that can help a huge amount such as selecting a filter mode such as “High Pass”.
I have seen many tutorials for EQ 2 where they do not show this and it makes the job a lot more difficult, people are dragging all sorts of weird shapes and pulling token down just to make a high pass shape.
I tend to use a variety of different EQs including TDR slick EQ, Parametric EQ 2, Nova, Slate and Eiosis because I like experimenting and learning them to see how the best sound can be achieved but Fruity Parametric EQ 2 is a versatile tool especially for subtractive EQ.
Here is a list of topics covered in this video
0:50 – Interface Overview showing all features
3:00 – Selecting and refining a Filter Type
3:30 – Demonstration of filter types including Low Pass, High Pass, Band Pass, Band Stop, Low Shelf and High Shelf
5:45 – Frequency Comparison of High Pass vs Low Shelf Filter
8:00 – Applying EQ 2 in your mix, surgical correction
10:45 – Behind the scenes – Cello recording and Music video filming
Enter the free giveaway here: https://youtu.be/Nys7juccpAk
There is a little glitch in the video where I was about to move onto the “Key” choice but my audio stopped recording…that simply lets you select a particular note which can help remove bad notes if you are using a sampled instrument, it can be used with some success but isn’t necessary.
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