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The Graphic Equalizer
Sometimes an MP3 file, just like any audio recording might sound better if various parts of the sound spectrum in the file were amplified more. This can help a file add more bass, or treble depending on the frequency range you punch up. Just as on other audio equipment, Winamp provides a graphic equalizer to help you tweak the playback to just what you want.

Access the graphic equalizer by clicking the EQ button on the faceplate; you can also do so by right-clicking on the faceplate to pull up the main menu. The equalizer a 10-band graphic equalizer with frequency controls ranging from 60Hz to 16KHz.


 

EQ Button on Main UI


Winamp's Right Click Menu

First, turn the equalizer on by clicking the On button . A little light on the button will turn green indicating that the equalizer is on. It takes a couple seconds for changes made on the EQ interface to be audible in the song.

On button on the main EQ Window

The first slider on the left of the equalizer faceplate is designed to increase or decrease the preamplification of the equalizer. Preamplification affects the overall volume adjustment for all of the frequencies of the equalizer.

PreAmp Slider


 
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