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Equalisation

It is sometimes appropriate to adjust the tonal balance of a recording. The most common use for this when restoring vinyl records is to add a little bit of top-end boost to restore some "sparkle" to a dull sounding record. Records typically sound dull either because they have been played on inadequate equipment (with a heavy stylus that has "wiped" away the high frequencies) or because they were made from "high mileage" stampers. Another reason you may feel the urge to add extra top-end is because modern CDs tend to have a brighter tonal balance than LPs, and you might want to match that.

Wave Repair has an equalisation feature that operates much like a typical home stereo graphic equaliser. It has 10 bands, and can adjust each band up or down by 12dB.

The equaliser has a realtime preview mode which allows you to listen to the effect as you adjust the settings.

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