Equalization Matching

Equalization matching matches the average frequency spectrum of the target clip to that of the source clip.

Set Equalization Print

The Set Equalization Print command lets you select part of an audio file and create an equalization print from it. The equalization print provides an equalization signature that you can apply to other parts of the same file. To match parts of a different file, use the Multitrack Editor. For more information on using equalization prints in the Multitrack Editor, see The Lift and Stamp Tools and the Sound Palette.

To set an equalization print
  1. Select the part of the audio file containing the equalization you want to match.

  2. Choose Process > Equalization Matching > Set Equalization Print.

    The selection is stored as an equalization print.

    Note: Only one equalization print can be saved at a time. If you set a new equalization print, the last one is overwritten.

Apply Equalization

The Apply Equalization command uses the average frequency spectrum of the equalization print to match the equalization in the audio file or selection.

To match equalization using the equalization print
  1. Select another part of the audio file in which you want to match the equalization.

  2. Choose Process > Equalization Matching > Apply Equalization.

    The equalization print is applied to the selection.