6 Ways to Use a High Pass Filter When Mixing
A high-pass filter is a simple, but effective EQ curve that scoops out unwanted low frequencies from an audio source. Like most engineers, I use them at many points in my mixes to clean up woofy signals and tighten up arrangements. There are, of course, limits to how often these handy tools should be employed. Recklessly making cuts just because you can leave your music sounding thin and without a groove. To avoid this, as well as provide focus to your workflow, here are six ways to use a high pass filter when mixing.