I’ve had this EQ chart bookmarked for a couple of years now. It’s really helped me to figure out where my “mud” was and why. The “why” is a big deal for me cuz I figure if I don’t understand that part, I’m doomed to repeat. It also helped me to train my ears to what the different frequencies sound like and to decipher them in the mix. I “met” Glen (at Independent)…at home recording a few years ago and he’s a great guy who has probably forgotten more about this stuff than I’ll ever know.
Good find boss…..
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Because the number of equivalents is the same as the number of moles of H + ions in an acid or the number of moles of OH - ions in a base, normality is essentially just the molarity of the H + or OH - ions, depending on whether we’re dealing with an acid or a base. You can see that normality is a convenient way to express the “acid strength” or an acidic solution or the “base strength” of a basic solution. (This is not the same as expressing whether the acid is a "strong acid" compared to a "weak acid" or whether the base is a "strong base" or a "weak base." We'll talk more about those terms in the next section of the lesson.)