Equalisation – or EQ – is found in all recording software and has many jobs and uses. It’s a very powerful tool and is as often misused as it is used well. Let’s get rid of the mystery and take a look at what is is and how to not use it badly.
Do all the knobs and buttons on an equaliser leave you confused?
Do you understand the difference between a bell curve and a notch filter?
Rob will teach you the hows, when and whys in this friendly, fun and (as) jargon-free (as possible) webinar.
Equalisation is an extremely powerful tool used throughout the audio industry. It can be used for everything from re-balancing badly recorded audio to shaping sounds to create scenario in post-production. In this webinar we’ll take a look at the controls found in EQ plugins and think about how we should be using EQ to improve and enhance our recordings and productions.
Rob is known for his calm and jargon-free audio production teaching. He has run lots and lots of webinars and workshops covering all different aspects of voiceover tech and audio editing. He has also been Gravy For The Brain’s tech mentor for over 5 years.
Rob has worked as an audio producer for over 20 years working on a mix of multi-national, multi-language, global and local businesses. From local radio ads to network TV. Setting up voiceover home studios to agency production studios. And pretty much everything in between.
You know you’re in safe hands when you’re learning from Rob Bee.
This webinar will be recorded and a copy will be sent out afterwards.
The EQ webinar is 90 minutes long.
Yes. We will send a recording of the webinar so you can watch it if you can’t make the session live and use it as a refresher later too.
The webinar will be held via Zoom. You’ll be able to join the session, even if you don’t have a zoom account.
No. Equalisation is used globally. This webinar is suitable for voice overs and podcasters around the world.
No. As the webinar will be recorded and sent to you after the live session, you’ll have access to it even if you can’t make it live.