A common mixing mistake is boosting the low end EQ. After all, we all want punchy sound!

Turns out, you get a clean and powerful low end by cutting lows rather than boosting them. James Wasem joins Kade Young to discuss why you should be adding a low cut filter to every channel.

In this video you’ll learn:

  • Why you should rarely boost frequencies
  • Why low cut is the most important EQ filter
  • How to clean up your overall sound with low cut

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Resources Mentioned

Low Cut Filter Cheat Sheet

EQ Crash Course

Church Sound Made Simple

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Kade Young

Kade Young brought Collaborate Worship into existence with a dream of helping worship leaders around the world fulfill their calling with excellence. He has been leading worship since 2005, is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training College, and currently the worship leader at NoLimits Church in Owasso, Oklahoma.