Analyze WAV files and alter frequency levels with this audio editing application, which also features an integrated compressor and a limiter
Graphic Equalizer Studio provides you with a real-time sound processing application. This type of programs require at least basic audio processing knowledge as tweaking the frequencies and their dynamics may turn great sounds into utter despicable reproduction and that’s just not their aim.
The interface of Graphic Equalizer Studio is quite rough around the edges and the additional Enhancer floating panel alongside its corresponding presets rarely fit in it no matter what size you pick. On the other hand, the emphasis is well considered and chooses the graphical equalizer as its primary target.
Graphic Equalizer Studio comes packing a few factory presets for speech level, noise field or subwoofer as well as various equalizer modes like input only, full duplex or WAV and MP3 player. The main feature of this application refers to its capability of making each and every song sound the same and this comes in very handy for radio stations, for example.
Different audio tracks have different sounds, harmonies and, above all, mastering. By dynamically decreasing the peaks while increasing the volume of less audible frequencies, Graphic Equalizer Studio brags about a better music experience by added consistency and true audio reproduction.
Playing and goofing around with this program surely can’t pay off. You need a very witty ear and the corresponding knowledge to make music sound better and more fulfilling. While you can rely on enhancer presets and automatic corrections accompanied by compressors and limiters, you can never expect the outcome to be what you really want.
Graphic Equalizer Studio is not a simple tool. It can make your work easier, though. However, this means a lot of time to set up your own presets and master its features. Once you get the hang of it, Graphic Equalizer Studio can prove to be vital in your daily audio-related activities.