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    Posted: 12 Sep 2014 at 3:06am
hello world, question or tips for this.

when i am creating sounds should i export every sound using a low pass eq (cutting lows that i dont need) to avoid boomy mixes when i load those sounds into a set....

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can i just use any bunch of sounds (lest say I already exported them without appliyng low cut eq when creating them separatelly)..and place an eq cutting all the lows not needed.

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Either way is fine really, as long as your paying attention to the bottom end. Most sounds tend to have too much going on, particularly at the bottom, to make them sound good on their own, so as long as you're aware of that and making sure the bassy frequencies aren't adding up too much, especially on the tracks were little or none is required, then you're fine. Low cut filter beforehand or EQ afterwards works.
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