Use the Channel EQ
The Channel EQ is an audio effect, like any other. In most mixing situations, it’s used as the first effect on a channel strip, allowing you to shape the sound of individual channel strip signals, or for tone-shaping on an overall project mix, before applying other effects. The graphic controls make it easy to view and change the audio signal in real time.
For full details about the Channel EQ, along with some usage tips, see the Logic Pro Effects manual.
Add a Channel EQ
Do one of the following:
If Audio Effect slot 1 is not used: Double-click the EQ area.
The Channel EQ is inserted in the first Audio Effect slot and the EQ area changes to a thumbnail view of the Channel EQ display.
If Audio Effect slot 1 is used: Option–double-click the EQ area.
The Channel EQ is inserted as the first plug-in, all existing plug-ins are moved one slot down, and any existing automation data is redirected.
If Audio Effect slot 1 is used: Double-click the EQ area.
The Channel EQ is inserted in the next available (unused) slot.