In this chapter, we will explain bass amp equalizer settings. Have you ever connected your bass to equipment in a studio or live house, and not known how to set up the equalizer to get the sound you want? Once you master the basics, it's really not that difficult. Please use what you learn here to create your own sound!
An equalizer is a processor that divides the audible frequencies into several bands and allows for the adjustment of the gain for each band. Equalizers can be roughly divided into two categories: parametric equalizers that are adjusted with knobs, and graphic equalizers that are adjusted with the sliders.
Parametric equalizers allow you to adjust the center frequency, bandwidth (also called Q), gain, and so on, so you can fine tune your sound without dividing the frequencies as many bands as a graphic equalizer.
Graphic equalizers allow you to raise and lower the level of the specific frequency bands, and is advantageous as it is easy to understand visually.
TREBLE (HIGH) / high range adjustmentSound clarity and attack are affected. About 4.5kHz to 10kHz.
MIDDLE (MID) / midrange adjustmentThe core and character of the sound are affected. 400Hz to 800Hz.
BASS (LOW) / low frequency adjustmentThe thickness of the sound is affected. About 50Hz to 120Hz.
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