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Equalization

Equalization (mentioned briefly in Chapter 2) is a process that allows you to change the overall sound of your audio file by raising or lowering one or more frequencies anywhere along the frequency spectrum of your audio. Equalizers come in a variety of flavors, including the familiar “bass” and “treble” tone controls found on a typical consumer stereo system.

Equalization’s primary purpose in the streaming audio environment is to help your audio translate more clearly after being encoded. By adjusting small amounts of boost or cut, you can change the character of the sound in a way that allows the encoder to do a more efficient job. Increased encoder efficiency generally translates into increased sonic legibility.


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