Using the EQ Section

This guide will walk you through using the EQ section of the Audient ASP8024-HE in Greenrooms 1.

Shelf Bands:

1. To turn on the two shelf bands press the ‘IN’ button.

The two shelf bands are set to the long fader path by default, the ‘SF’ but­ton switches the shelf bands to the short fader path.

2. To boost the high fre­quency shelf, turn the pot labelled ‘HF’ clock­wise, alter­na­tively turn the pot anti-​clockwise to decrease the gain.

Press­ing the ‘AIR’ but­ton changes the cut off fre­quency of the high fre­quency shelf from 10kHz to 18kHz.

3. To boost the low fre­quency shelf, turn the pot labelled ‘LF’ clock­wise, alter­na­tively turn pot anti-​clockwise to decrease the gain.

Press­ing the ‘100Hz’ but­ton changes the cut off fre­quency of the low fre­quency shelf from 50Hz to 100Hz.


Parametric:

1. The sec­ond sec­tion of the EQ is the two para­met­ric bands which are turned on by press­ing the ‘IN’ button.

The two para­met­ric bands are set to the long fader path by default. Press­ing the ‘SF’ switches the para­met­ric bands to the short fader path.

2. The para­met­ric EQ is split into two bands: the ‘HMF’ (High Mid Fre­quen­cies) and the ‘LMF’ (Low Mid Frequencies).

Each band has three con­trols; the band­width, the gain and the cen­tre frequency.

3. To increase the gain of the fre­quency band turn the pot labelled ‘dB’ clock­wise or turn it anti-​clockwise to decrease the gain.

4. Turn­ing the pot labelled ‘kHz’ clock­wise increases the cen­tre fre­quency of the band while turn­ing it anti-​clockwise decreases it.

5. The pot labelled ‘BW’ con­trols the band­width of the band. Turn­ing it clock­wise increases the band­width and turn­ing it anti-​clockwise decreases the bandwidth.