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An electronic device or computer program which allows any specific part of the frequency range of a signal to be selected and altered in strength.
- ‘It can be frustrating to adjust a parametric equalizer by ear if you're not used to it, and neophytes often over-equalize, causing even more problems.’
- ‘Analog parametric equalizers have been used for years in applications ranging from corrective equalization in sound reinforcement systems to creative equalization in live sound, broadcast and recording.’
- ‘The four processors are a 6-band parametric equalizer, a ‘tube-based ‘modeled stereo compressor, 3-band stereo limiter and my favorite - an adjustable soft-clipping output stage.’’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.