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    The part of an audio mixer or separate audio system component that adjust the tonal quality of an audio signal by breaking it up into individual frequencies / filters, or groups of frequencies. The user can cut or boost the level of these frequencies or groups, thus changing the tone of the original sound. There are two major sub-categories:

    Graphic: Also known as "1/3-octave" or "31-band".
    The K/T DN360 is a standard.

    Parametric: Usually 4-band, four selectable frequency ranges of adjustable width, "Q". Often also includes hi-cut and low-pass (hi-pass and low-cut) filters.
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