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Equalization (audio)

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In sound recording, equalization is the process commonly used to change the frequency response of an audio system using linear filters. An equalizer is the device which is used to control the frequencies. Using an equalizer, different bands of sound (range of frequencies) can be adjusted to output at a lower output volume or higher output volume depending on what the user selects.

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