Hey everyone, Was looking to hear from some seasoned engineers on their approach, tricks, tips on the all important Eq'ing. Things like their opinions on eq do's and donts.. Here are some of the things I've learned, my approach.. Criticism greatly appreciated! 1. Dont try to fix something with EQ, example: make a vintage, open, round, kick drum try to sound like a modern kick tight, attack heavy drum. 2. Cut frequencies that you want less of instead of boosting ones you want more of. 3. No huge cuts or boosts unless its absolutely necessary. 3. Try to keep cuts/boosts within a 6db range. 4. Always cut first before boost. 5. Minimalist 6. Eq while listening to the combining tracks.