The levels of frequency response of an audio signal, or controls which allow their adjustment.‘judicious use of EQ helps me create a space for each sound’[as modifier] ‘you can save your own EQ settings’
- ‘Even a dummy can hear how excellent this EQ sounds.’
- ‘On well-produced material, the EQ was fine, but on some older recordings, we found ourselves having to tweak the Windows Media Player EQ to get the best sound.’
- ‘The volume goes high enough to keep those who like loud music happy and with 4 preset EQ settings you can also have limited control of the sound.’
- ‘If you're mixing a track and boost the EQ, does the result sound better or worse?’
- ‘There was also a very nice array of reverb, dynamic, EQ and other signal processing available.’
1970s: short for equalization or equalizer.
- ‘EQ enables us to use feelings to boost and complement our IQ’‘he had a high IQ but a low EQ’
- ‘His work has recently focused on developing EQ "profiles," which reveal the specific competencies that characterize high performers in a range of professions.’
- ‘Teachers should consider both the IQ (intelligence quotient) and the EQ (emotional quotient) of the child's development.’
- ‘I would add that from what I have read on EQ, or Emotional Intelligence, people skills matter even more.’
- ‘We have all heard of IQ, and most of us by now have heard of EQ.’
- ‘In Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman argues for an increased awareness of the relationship between IQ and EQ: "In a sense we have two brains, two minds and two different kinds of intelligence: rational and emotional."’
1940s: on the pattern of IQ.