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A low-pass filter when mixing Zimdancehall vocals isn't always necessary because low-pass filters will make the sound less upfront. But if you still insist to attenuate the amount of high-frequency energy when mixing vocals you can try applying a low-pass pass filter at these EQ settings:
  • 18 kHz (with a moderate 18 dB per octave roll-off LPF)
  • 16 kHz (gentle 12 dB per octave roll-off LPF)
  • 12.5 kHz (with gentle 12 dB per octave roll-off LPF)
In the case of using a high-pass filter to treat the low-end frequency energy of vocals you can try using these EQ settings:
  • 130 Hz (with gentle 6 dB per octave roll-off HPF)
  • 80 Hz (with gentle 12 dB per octave roll-off HPF)
  • 80 Hz (with a moderate 18 dB per octave...

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A low-pass filter when mixing Zimdancehall vocals isn't always necessary because low-pass filters will make the sound less upfront. But if you still insist to attenuate the amount of high-frequency energy when mixing vocals you can try applying a low-pass pass filter at these EQ settings:
  • 18 kHz (with a moderate 18 dB per octave roll-off LPF)
  • 16 kHz (gentle 12 dB per octave roll-off LPF)
  • 12.5 kHz (with gentle 12 dB per octave roll-off LPF)
In the case of using a high-pass filter to treat the low-end frequency energy of vocals you can try using these EQ settings:
  • 130 Hz (with gentle 6 dB per octave roll-off HPF)
  • 80 Hz (with gentle 12 dB per octave roll-off HPF)
  • 80 Hz (with a moderate 18 dB per octave roll-off HPF)
 
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