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The 3-band EQ shapes the tone of your vocals. It provides low, midrange, and high
band lters with sweepable midrange frequency control.
• LOW (-12 dB-+12 dB)
This parameter adjusts the gain of the low frequency shelving lter and can be
used to x a “muddy” vocal sound (using EQ cut) or make thin sounding vocals
sound more full (using EQ boost). This is a low shelf lter with a xed corner
frequency at 400Hz.
• MID (-12 dB-+12 dB)
This parameter adjusts the gain of the midrange frequency peaking lter and
is used for altering the midrange frequencies of your vocal sound. The center
frequency of this lter is sweepable using the MIDFREQ parameter.
• MIDFREQ (300 Hz-2 kHz)
This parameter works hand-in-hand with the MID parameter. It is used to
select the desired center frequency of the mid EQ lter, which determines the
range of frequencies altered when adjusting the MID parameter.
• HIGH (-12 dB-+12 dB)
This parameter adjusts the gain of the high frequency shelving lter and is used
for making your voice sound duller (EQ cut) or brighter (EQ boost). This is a
high shelf lter with a xed corner frequency at 3kHz.
To dial in the EQ:
1. Sing into the microphone (or use the Sound Check feature, see "Sound Check"
on page 19
) and determine which frequency range needs to be adjusted. Is
the vocal dull sounding? Then raise the HIGH parameter. Is it muddy sounding?
Then lower the LOW parameter. Does the vocal sound indistinct? Try raising
the MID parameter. Does the vocal sound honky or harsh? Try lowering the
MID parameter and use the MIDFREQ parameter to zero in on the offending
range of frequencies.
2. When adjusting the MID parameter, it helps to rst apply an audible amount of
boost then sweep the MIDFREQ parameter until you hear the frequency range
which requires adjustment. Once the frequency range has been determined,
adjust the MID parameter until the desired frequency response is achieved.