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Chapter 11. Mixing Audio > Applying EQ in the Channel Settings Window

Applying EQ in the Channel Settings Window

There is more than one way to set EQ in Cubase. Although you can use the extended view, virtual knobs, or numeric values to set EQ parameters, the best approach is to use the Channel Settings window. The Cubase Channel Settings window is one of the most powerful features of the mixer. It organizes all settings for an audio channel in a single window, from routing to EQ to inserts and sends. You will hear about using the Channel Settings window for a variety of purposes in the rest of this chapter, but it is particularly useful for adjusting EQ because it offers an intuitive, graphical way to see EQ settings. All discussions and examples of EQ here will use this window.

In the following task, you will use the Channel Settings window to add a small peak filter in the high midrange. You might do this in any number of musical situations, such as to add more presence to a guitar sound or to tweak a snare sample to make it more prominent in a mix without raising its overall level.


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