Originally Posted by joker97
Thank you I actually read about this and did it but it made other frequencies very muffled/veiled. Is that normal?
Yes it is normal when you use a graphic equalizer. Why, because of frequency response isn't flat anymore when gain is set to <> 0dB.
What duck eater suggested not to do is actually the only right way to go because of the method he then suggested effects just the way you said. Why ... just google some theory for graphics equalizer.
If you still want to use graphics equalizer, get one which has gain control for output .... to get best possible result, just switch to a parametric EQ, which has a separate gain control for output.
If you want to use the EQ as a global effect then I could suggest EqualizerAPO + fPEQGUI-10MC (does not work with ASIO, KS nor WASAPI in exclusive mode.).
You can also use VST plug-ins in Foobar through VST Adapter plug-in http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=Foobar2000:Components/VST_adapter
There are many good parametric EQ VST plugins even as a freeware listed at http://www.kvraudio.com/q.php?search=1&q=parametric+EQ
I would recommend http://www.kvraudio.com/product/nweq_by_wwaym for deep/soft bass boosting.
Edited by jiiteepee - 3/21/14 at 5:17am