Every now and then I stumble across something that not only changes the way I work, but my entire outlook.

I remember the first time I used an “air” band on an eq. It was 2003 and I had just started the masters program at McGill. Amongst the units I had only dreamed of using was the famed GML eq. And to the right edge of the front panel…the elusive 26 kHz setting.

Humans can only hear up to 20 kHz, so why bother boosting above that? By centring the EQ above 20k, you can affect the audible band with…

Reuben Ghose

Mastering things that are awesome @ http://www.mojitomastering.com

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