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Equalizer and Frequency Range Tutorial
[cmsms_row data_width=&#8221;boxed&#8221; data_color=&#8221;default&#8221; data_padding_top=&#8221;75&#8243;][cmsms_column data_width=&#8221;1/1&#8243;][cmsms_text] Equalizer And Frequency Equalization Tutorial [/cmsms_text][/cmsms_column][/cmsms_row][cmsms_row data_padding_top=&#8221;75&#8243; data_color=&#8221;default&#8221; data_width=&#8221;boxed&#8221;][cmsms_column data_width=&#8221;1/3&#8243;][cmsms_text] [/cmsms_text][/cmsms_column][cmsms_column data_width=&#8221;2/3&#8243;][cmsms_text] First a word about Fundamental Frequencies and Harmonics. Musical &#8216;notes&#8217; are made up of fundamental tones (frequencies) and harmonics. It&#8217;s the harmonics that allow you to know the difference between one instrument and another.Of course if you strike &hellip; <a href="https://www.dak.com/equalizer-and-frequency-range-tutorial/">Continued</a>...
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