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Topic: GOS Eq'ing

  1. #1

    GOS Eq'ing

    Hey Guys!

    Just have received my Gos last month and I must really say they are amazing! Fantastic work Garry!

    One question I have:
    Garry wrote in the manual that a bit eq'ing in the violins and violas section (around 2900) are getting a better "hollywood like" sound. And he is right ;-)

    But what´s about the Celli and Basses Sections? How do you guys do the eq'ing issue with regard of the above mentioned sections?

    Cheers Conner

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    Re: GOS Eq'ing

    Welcome to the board, Conner.

    In addition to the 2900 you may want to try a cut around 1350Hz. With a parametric eq you can move these frequencies around slightly to get just the sound you want :-). Also rolling off some highs can give a greater sense of distance and blend.

    For the GOS celli and contrabassi, you could try a compressor (soft knee) to give extra presence/warmth/focus (these sections can tend to sound a little "flabby") and/or similar eq to above. Good luck exploring the possibilities, these are just some starting points and in the end it is rather subjective.

    All the best with your new GOS,


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    Re: GOS Eq'ing

    Hi Julio!

    Thanks for the warmth welcome and even more thanks for the hints!

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