Use the EQ Timeline FX to perform precise manipulations of the audio frequency content using the EQ Editor, which is based on the graphical display of EQ settings. The EQ Timeline FX is the third effect on the Audio Effects menu and in the pipeline.
You can use any of six available filters or nodes: one Low node, four Mid nodes, and one High node. The Low node can be set to use either a Low Shelf filter or a Low Cut filter. The four Mid nodes can each be set to either a Mid Notch filter or a Mid Presence filter. The High node can be set to use a High Shelf filter or a High Cut Filter.
NoteThese filters can have a dramatic effect on the audio so they should be used sparingly.
To apply EQ Timeline FX:
- Select the audio clip you want to apply the effect to.
- Either click the FX button or right-click on the clip and select Add Effect. The Effects menu appears.
- Click the Gate button. A gate icon appears on the clip.
- Adjust the settings for the effect. You can also click the Enter Editor button to access the full editor for the effect.