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Audio busses are great to structure a complex project but they are also a great option when you want to mix lots of tracks in group view of smart:EQ 3.
We show you step-by-step how you can take your song to the next level by applying a reversed reverb, a formant reverb and a distorted reverb.
John Nathaniel | Producer & Mixer
John Nathaniel Produzent, Songwriter, Mixer
By creating custom profiles for smart:EQ 3 you’ll have true time savers at hand whenever you are working with a track repeatedly or want to establish consistent sound among different tracks.
Daniel Karelly is a successful producer/mixer. Learn about how he uses the university of Youtube, his unusual path and work approach.
smart:EQ 3 not only automatically balances your sound, but it also includes every monitoring and workflow optimizing feature you’d expect from a professional-grade EQ.
We show you how to use smart:EQ 3’s group view to automatically correct cluttered and clashing frequency regions within a group of up to six channels.
Learn how to use the EQ view of smart:EQ 3 to enhance the transparency of a single track within a matter of seconds.
Want to learn how to use smart:EQ 3’s features? In this user guide you’ll find all our smart:EQ 3 tutorials in one place.
We proudly present smart:EQ 3 – the world‘s first multitrack EQ. Check out what our new AI-powered equalizer can do! Spoiler: We’ve implemented a completely new feature.
smart:EQ 3 is equipped with two great AI-powered features: the EQ view and the group view. In this tutorial, we show you how they work.
Robbie Soukiasyan is a producer and mixer in his early 30s, who has already worked with XXXTentacion, Camila Cabello, BTS and Gucci Mane. Learn more about him.
Spectral balance … many of you probably have heard of it and some of you are busy striving for it. We shed some light on spectral balance and spectral mixing.