Cakewalk has a multiband EQ patched into each audio track by default. You can adjust these EQ’s in the Console view and the Track Inspector. You can show or hide the EQ plot, and open the EQ interface to access all EQ controls.Figure 456. QuadCurve Equalizer module.A. Clipping LED B. QuadCurve Equalizer enable/disable C. Style (Hybrid, Pure, E-Type or G-Type) D. Graph E. Band enable/disable (Low, Low-Mid, Mid-High, High) F. Frequency G. Q H. Level I. High band filter type J. Low Pass filter frequency K. Low band filter type L. High Pass filter frequency M. High Pass filter enable/disable N. High Pass filter slope (Q) O. Gloss enable/disable P. Low Pass filter slope (Q) Q. Low Pass filter enable/disable
In the Track Inspector, click the Display button and choose ProChannel.
To show/hide the ProChannel QuadCurve EQ in the Inspector, click the ProCh button at the top of the Inspector, or press CTRL+I. For information about using the QuadCurve EQ, see QuadCurve Equalizer module.Cakewalk lets you easily copy EQ settings from one track/bus (source) to another track/bus (target) when using the integrated per-channel EQ in the Console View or Track Inspector.To do so, hold down the CTRL, click the source EQ plot and drag to the target EQ plot, then release the mouse button and CTRL key.The EQ settings are copied from the source track/bus to the target track/bus. The target EQ will automatically be enabled if it was not already enabled.This command is undoable, so you can quickly and easily revert to a track/bus’ previous EQ settings.A. Hold down the CTRL key and left-click in the source EQ plot B. While still holding down the CTRL key and left mouse button, drag the mouse cursor to the target EQ plot and release the mouse button C. The source EQ plot is copied to the target EQ plot
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