Eq 300 microphone equalizer

Most boards have EQs that are too generic for all instruments. In the studio it’s not uncommon to boost vocals at 15k. I’ve also seen a few studio engineers who weren’t so great at live sound especially when mixing the bass. A good bass player will have a preamp with eq setting specifically for that instrument. Learn those frequencies and use them on you live PA rig. Most rock guitar sounds great coming out of a guitar amp through 12′ inch speakers, with the eq settings on the amp. Get to know what freqs a guitar amp uses.

Equalizers work by running an audio signal through a series of filters which can be adjusted to increase or decrease the volume of a particular frequency. Equalizers (commonly referred to as "EQ") can be used to fine-tune the sound of a particular instrument when being recorded or may be used on a full mix to add more presence to a mix or remove some of the upper mid-range frequencies which might have a tendency to sound harsh or "nasal". An equalizer may also be used to remove the inaudible frequencies in the 20 to 40 Hz range from being amplified. Musician's Friend has over 70 equalizers to choose from including Behringer Equalizers and dbx Equalizers. As with everything we sell, all our equalizers are supported by our price & satisfaction guarantees and free standard shipping applies to all orders except heavy items.

Strange.
The voice test for the MXL is the only on where you change the lyrics at the beginning (“smile on my face”, “smile on your face”) like if it were a different take than all the rest.
How did you record the voice : different take for each mic ? Few take with 2 or 3 mics ?
You could explain more precisely your procedure of test…
By the way, I’m searching for a mic in this money range, and it’s crazy to hear so much differences for a same mic each time it comes to the sound sample (I evend don’t speak of the opinions I can get in the reviews).
I think that each mic needs a different position, different room acoustic, different voice, so it’s very difficult to compare…
A the end, I don’t have any idea of the best mic I can find in this price range…

My question is similar to Karen's. I run a Drama Club and I have approximately $556 to spend on wireless microphones. My District recommends Shure and they are great. I already run 4 Audio Technica sets (3 lavolier and 1 handheld) systems... I believe the lavolier are ATW-310s? Don't quote me on that. Anyways, I want to get the best bang for my buck and put as many as I can on stage without feedback destroying my speakers. The most important thing is range and mic sensitivity. We don't sing into it really so that's not that important.

Eq 300 microphone equalizer

eq 300 microphone equalizer

My question is similar to Karen's. I run a Drama Club and I have approximately $556 to spend on wireless microphones. My District recommends Shure and they are great. I already run 4 Audio Technica sets (3 lavolier and 1 handheld) systems... I believe the lavolier are ATW-310s? Don't quote me on that. Anyways, I want to get the best bang for my buck and put as many as I can on stage without feedback destroying my speakers. The most important thing is range and mic sensitivity. We don't sing into it really so that's not that important.

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