Groove3 Eventide SplitEQ Explained TUTORIAL
Eventide’s SplitEQ is a fantastic plug-in that’s capable of some serious tone control, and in this Eventide SplitEQ video course, studio expert Eli Krantzberg teaches you everything you need to know about making SplitEQ work for you in your productions. You’ll learn unique ways of dealing with transients, taming harsh frequencies, and much more. These videos are designed for new SplitEQ users.
After welcoming you to the course, Eli begins with an overview of the plug-in’s innovative features and capabilities, showing what makes SplitEQ special. Learn how the interface is laid out, including how presets are managed, how the Master section can be used for macro adjustments for all bands, and how the Analyzer section works. Discover how the structural split algorithm can affect the transient separation and decay, along with separating the signal into transient and tone for custom processing.
Then, explore many applications of the plug-in in action on various sources, including multi-track drums (transforming a clean, sterile sound into a polished, processed sound), bass (enhancing the character of both bass guitar an synth bass), electric guitar (taming overly harsh lead and rhythm parts), and more.
You’ll also see how to use SplitEQ more creatively, as it’s used in conjunction with Eventide’s Crystals and Blackhole to generate long, dynamic reverb tails on an acoustic piano. Finally, learn how to tame sibilance on a female vocal – an all-too-common scenario.
Eventide’s SplitEQ is a powerful tool indeed, and this course will teach you to harness its full sonic power. For more information on the contents of each Eventide SplitEQ video, check the individual descriptions below. It’s time to take command of those troubling frequencies once and for all… watch “SplitEQ Explained®” now!