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Foobar Equalizer

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Not sure if this goes here so Mods feel free to move if need be. I just started using Foobar and wanted to know how to add more treble or clarity/brightness to a song, as in perhaps someone could do a screenshot? Thanks in advance

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In Foobar click on the "View" menu and then choose "Equalizer."  When the equalizer opens start fiddling with the sliders labeled in "kHz."  Note that Foobar gives you a HUGE range of adjustment, + or - 20dB is a lot.  What may look like small adjustments likely will be more than enough.  Try bumping the 7 kHz and 10 kHz by two or three dB and see if that does the trick for you.  In the alternative you may want to try moving down some of the sliders between 110 Hz and 440 Hz and see what that does. 
 

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The foobar equalizer is not a good one. Move a slider up and measure the resulting sound - you'll find a flat-topped pillar with a width at the top of the slider's range. This is what I seem to recall anyway.

 

Try this or some other one: http://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_dsp_xgeq

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