The Secret to Making Your Best Mixes With Just One Plug-in

Master the Frequency Spectrum and Make Better Mixes Today

If you've ever struggled with:

  • Muddy bass
  • Harsh high-end
  • Amateur mixes

…then I hear your pain.

When I started, I had no idea how to make clean, clear, and powerful mixes.

Back in 2006, I got my first audio job as a sound tech at a small venue called The Old Library.

As excited as I was for the job, it started off as a complete disaster.

You see, The Old Library had a terrible reputation for its sound. Bands would only play there if there were absolutely no other places to perform.

So I got thrown into the deep end and did NOT know how to swim...

With a lonely mixer with a four-band EQ, I made the most of the situation, twisting knobs, pushing faders, and trying to make the music sound good.

But EQ was like a foreign programming language that only professional engineers understood.

I had no idea how - or where - I should boost or cut frequencies to make my mixes sound better.
So, I used the only method available to me:

Trial and Error!

Desperately twisting knobs back and forth in a dimly lit venue isn’t the best way to learn EQ. I could hardly see what I was doing!

Sure, any time I tweaked the EQ, the mix changed. Sometimes for the better.

Most of the time for the worse.

The kick drum kept clashing with my bass guitar. The guitars drowned out the vocals. And my entire mix always sounded like a harsh, exhausting mess.

When I tamed the harshness in my mix, it usually ended up muddy instead.

But I kept at it, refusing to give up before I knew how it all worked.

I slowly learned that understanding frequencies was like learning the right chord progressions or finding the right scales to solo over a song.

After spending countless hours behind the mixing board, I realized something that would instantly improve my audio skills.

EQ is THE Most Important Tool for Making Better Mixes

Whether you're doing live sound, recording demos in your bedroom, or working on mixes in your home studio, EQ will help you make better music.

Forget about thin-sounding vocals, boomy bass, or harsh guitars! ​With the correct EQ moves, you can make every instrument sound exactly how you want it to.

  • EQ helps you create punchy low-end and sparkling highs
  • EQ helps you separate guitars and vocals so that you hear them distinctly in all their detail
  • EQ cleans up your low end and makes your kick drum and bass fill out the lows instead of clashing to create a muddy mix

When you know how to EQ, you know exactly where to find the frequencies destroying your mix.

I quickly learned to eliminate boominess and mud by controlling the low mids between 100 - 200 Hz.

I discovered a simple way to create space for the vocals in the high mids while keeping the rest of the arrangement clean and present.

By sculpting the frequencies of each track, I could create separation between my instruments and balance in my mixes with just my EQ!

It Was Like a Cheat Sheet for Making Great Mixes!

EQ helped me transform that music venue into an in-demand spot where all the coolest indie artists wanted to play.

But I wouldn't have been able to make those shows sound so great without my newly acquired knowledge of EQ.

Understanding EQ wasn’t a choice; it was necessary to make everything sound good.
Since then, I've mastered the frequency spectrum.

I've learned to wipe the mud off even the busiest mixes, leaving them clean, clear, and professional.

Do You Share My EQ Struggles?

You probably have similar issues with your home studio mixes.

If you struggle to create depth, balance, and separation in your mixes but you don't know how to make your songs explode* from the speakers like your favorite records - you're not alone.

(*And by explode, I mean metaphorically and musically, not in a home studio insurance scam sorta way…)

If you're like most of my students, you run into the same problems every time:

  • Your tracks squabble like siblings, and you just can't separate them in the frequency spectrum
  • ​Your low end sounds so muddy that your bass and kick might as well sign up for the next Tough Mudder race
  • ​You don't know how to get your instruments to cut through the mix, so you add so much high-end that your dog serves you divorce papers

And most importantly, you can't get that big present vocal sound you hear from your favorite artists.

If that's the case, here's how you can finally fix your muddy mixes so your music sounds like your favorite records.

(Unless your favorite record is "Who Let the Dogs Out" by Baha Men, in which case, you're on your own).

You’re Walking a Tightrope

EQ’ing your mixes can often feel like you’re walking a tightrope.

  • When you boost the bass, your mix sounds muddy.
  • ​Whenever you add high-end, your mix sounds too harsh.

You don’t know how much you should boost, and you’re worried that you’re cutting the life out of your mix.

You’re trying to make your mix sound like you hear it in your head, but you're dangerously close to hearing voices instead.

You've tried all the techniques you've read about on blogs, watched on YouTube, or heard from your mom's dentist who can't stop talking about his new beats.

Some people tell you that you should only use subtractive EQ, even though you feel like boosting makes everything sound better.

And as you jump from one trick to another, the advice feels more contradictory.

You're scared of damaging your mix because you're never sure whether you're doing the right things to make your mixes clean and present.

“Can Somebody Tell Me the Sweet Spots Already?!?”

You wish somebody would tell you where to EQ your tracks so you can finish your mix and release your record.

Instead, they roll their eyes and tell you to "use your ears" when all you want is real, actionable advice.

Even when you know for a fact that you're making your mix sound better, you can't stop EQ'ing because you never know when you're done, like that scab they tell you won't ever heal if you don't stop scratching it.

So What's the Solution?

Magic jelly beans? Elven ears? A super soldier serum made from the DNA of last century's Grammy winners?

Not quite.

After 15+ years of working as an audio engineer doing both live, studio, and broadcast mixing, I created the #1 tool for home studio musicians and bedroom producers who want to master the frequency spectrum and instantly improve their mixes.

I've been there and that's why I created the Audio Issues EQ so that you can focus on EQ'ing your mixes in minutes instead of hours.

Introducing: The Audio Issues Ultimate Guide to EQ Bundle


What Have Users Said About the EQ?

"Thank you so much, this EQ is simply amazing !!!
I love the interface and the frequency analyzer and the vocabulary reminder, so useful when you want to discuss a frequency problem.
Simply Amazing EQ. This is a Must have! Thanks again."

- Garry

"The plug-in is great! Started using it last night on tracks. Thanks for making it so user-friendly. Thanks for all your hard work to deliver a stellar product!"

- Rick

"You’re a goddamn genius! It’s about time someone made something this simple, straightforward and so comprehensive at the same time… I’m a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist ...I need decent rough mixes to demo my material, which I do myself… this EQ is the best I’ve ever used… thanks man, cheers!"

- Jason


Find the exact frequencies you need to remove to make your tracks fit better in the mix. The visual EQ module shows you exactly where you can easily eliminate the mud, boom, and harshness from your mixes so that your mix comes together in minutes.


The analog-enhanced EQ helps you effortlessly enhance your music, adding more power, attitude, presence, or weight to your mix to make your music stand out. Switch between two different frequency characteristics in each one of the seven slots to add flattering frequency characteristics to your tracks.


Get a library of special presets with the best starting points for all the most common tracks in modern music. Get the exact starting points for the sound you're looking for with minimal effort, as opposed to the arbitrary presets you'll find in other plug-ins that have nothing to do with the sound you hear in your head.


Step 1 - The Visual EQ Mix-Fixing Module

The top module allows you to find all the frustrating frequencies that you want to eliminate from your mixes.


See both the incoming signal before the EQ and a post-analyzer that shows you how the frequency response changes after your EQ moves.


The top module includes a high and low-pass filter with 6 - 18 dB/octave slopes so that you can clean up your low end and tame your highs.

Six-Band Visual EQ

The top module has both a low and high-shelf and a four-band parametric equalizer with +-20 dB boosts/cuts so that you fix any EQ problem with ease.

Mid/Side Mode

Make your mix tighter in the low end or wider in the highs with the mid/side mode. You can choose between Left, Right, Stereo, Mid, or Side modes for any of your EQ'ing needs.

Variable Q

Whether you need a narrow notch or a broad boost, the variable q allows you to dial in the exact bandwidth you need to make your tracks stand out.

Solo-Band Functionality

With a solo-band functionality on each node you can get surgical and hear only what you need to hear to pinpoint the frequencies you want to fix.

dB Resolution Controls

Fine-tune your EQ moves by switching between 15 or 30 dB screen resolution so no matter how much, or how little EQ'ing you need to do, you're in control.

On/Off and In/Out

Instantly reset every node when you've gone too far and easily gain-stage your tracks so that they sit with the rest of your mix.

The Analog Enhancing Frequency Flatterer

The bottom-module is a boost-only additive EQ focused on the flattering frequencies you want to add to your tracks to enhance the sound of your music.

Character Switches

Switch between two different frequency characteristics in each of the seven slots depending on what your tracks need.

Thump and Punch

Add low-end thump or punch to your kick drums, bass guitars, or 808s.

Warmth and Weight

Add low-mid warmth and weight to your vocals, guitars, synths, and keys with the turn of a knob.

Tone and Power

Make your bass instruments cut through the mix on small speakers when you add tone and power.

Bite and Clarity

No more tracks drowning in a busy mix. Add bite to dull tracks and clarity to your entire mix.

Attitude and Edge

Bring out the best of your rock guitars and mix in-your-face vocals that jump out of the speakers.

Presence and Brilliance

Get clean, clear and present vocals, brilliant acoustic guitars, and high-end snap from your snare.

Air and Space

Add professional high-end sheen to any of your tracks and space to your entire mix.

Focus Your Frequencies

Add the exact amount you want to enhance your tracks with the gain and focus knobs.

Automatic Gain Compensation

It's never been easier to get proper gain-staging throughout our dual-module EQ. This is the perfect mode for EQ'ing in the context of the mix so that you can hear whether you're making things sound better or just louder

"An immediate and hugely practical understanding of the frequency spectrum and fantastic examples of positive and negative aspects of the key audio frequency bands as related to achieving better mixes.

- Alan Doyle, Recording Engineer, Sound Designer and Score Developer

"I'm able to get a clean and tight low end on this song I'm working on. I cut some of the mud out of the kick and bass, then I let the kick have a little extra 50 Hz and added a little bit around 800 Hz on the bass guitar. That made the low end clear and punchy. This is a great guide to get things moving in the right direction!!! Thank You!!!!"

- Jeff Smith, Mixing Engineer


But You Don't JUST Get the Audio Issues EQ!

I will also give you instant access to six exclusive bonuses that will help you easily master your EQ skills so you can make radio-ready mixes from your home studio.

Bonus #1 - EQ Strategies - Your Ultimate Guide to EQ

Total Value $47 - Yours Free!

  • 100-page eBook with in-depth techniques on understanding EQ to create separation between your instruments and balance in your mixes. Reference these pages every time you're EQ'ing and you'll get better mixes in less time.
  • EQ Strategies - Your Ultimate Guide to EQ is your step-by-step guide to using EQ to take your mixes to the next level and finally get that truly professional sound.
  • Finally, understand how EQ works and where you can find all the frequency problems you encounter in your mixes (pg. 11)
  • Should you use a paid EQ plug-in or stick to your stock channel EQ? This will set you straight (pg. 15)
  • Discover all the EQ Vocabulary you need to know, what all the EQ jargon means, and where to find “buzzword frequencies” like muddiness, boxiness, boominess, harshness, and the like (pg. 18)
  • Here’s the quick and easy to-get-rid-of muddy mixes - it works so well you’ll swear it was voodoo! (pg. 20)
  • You’ll discover 3 deceptively simple ways to instantly improve your EQ skills (pg. 16)
  • Discover where all the pleasant frequencies are and where you should boost your tracks for better mixes (pg. 33)
  • Should you use EQ or compression first? The devil is in the technical details (pg. 35)
  • Learn the difference between subtractive and additive EQ and how much you can really boost a frequency without breaking your mix (pg. 44)
  • How to use this simple EQ tool to create cleaner mixes (pg. 40)
  • See this page to find out what one thing you MUST do before you even think about using your EQ plug-ins! (pg. 33)
  • The inverse relationship between the amount of tracks in your mix and how much EQ you need (pg. 39)
  • What difference do filter slopes make, and how do you choose between them? (pg. 43)
  • The importance of subtractive EQ to fix annoying resonant frequencies from home recordings (pg. 44)
  • You’ll discover the ridiculously easy to get find where your tracks are clashing - even if you can’t hear it yet!
  • In-depth EQ techniques to mix killer drums, like using filters to reduce bleed on drums to create a tighter drum sound (pg. 47)
  • How to EQ kick drums to get rid of muddy resonances while keeping them thick and punchy (pg. 48)
  • How to mix thick and punchy snare drums with EQ (pg. 51)
  • How to make your toms sound massive with three simple EQ tweaks (pg. 52)
  • How to get rid of harsh cymbals so that your overheads sound smooth and big (pg. 55)
  • How to EQ drum samples and loops when you don't know if they're good enough straight from the sample pack (pg. 57)
  • How to EQ percussion to fit with the drums in your mix (pg. 57)
  • How to EQ a bass that doesn't clutter up the low-end and add unnecessary boominess to your mix (pg. 60)
  • Using little-known harmonic secrets to EQ the bass guitar to cut through the mix without cluttering up the low-end (pg. 63)
  • An in-depth, step-by-step guide on making your kick drum and bass guitar fit together for a thicker and more solid low-end (pg. 64)
  • How to EQ groups of both acoustic and electric guitars to give each one their own space in the frequency spectrum (pg. 68)
  • How to EQ the acoustic guitar (and other acoustic string instruments) (pg. 69)
  • How to get rid of the "cheap-o" string sound from acoustic guitars that make them sound brittle and harsh instead of brilliant and big (pg. 68)
  • How to make pianos, keyboards, horns and strings "pop" with body and air (pg. 75)
  • How to approach EQ'ing synthesizers to make them cut through the mix without getting in the way of the rest of the arrangement (pg. 76)
  • How to EQ brass instruments like saxophones, trumpets, trombones, and flutes (pg. 77)
  • How to EQ orchestral instruments - discover where to bring out the thickness of the cellos, the lushness of the violas, and the air of the violins. (pg. 79)
  • How to make your vocals cut through the mix with presence and power (pg. 81)
  • How to eliminate vocal muddiness with EQ (pg. 82)
  • The six frequency areas you must know to get a pro-sounding vocal (pg. 83)
  • How to find where the instruments are clashing with the vocal (pg. 84)
  • How to get rid of that annoying nasal sound that makes your singer sound like they have a cold (pg. 83)
  • Struggling to get rid of sibilance? Focus your EQ cuts on this frequency area first (pg. 83)
  • Why separation in your vocals isn't always the right move (pg. 87)
  • How to EQ the mix together and get a good balance of all the instruments without making your mix a muddy mess (pg. 88)
  • How to add character and sweetening to the mix with EQ (pg. 92)
  • How to get clarity in the low end without losing weight in your mixes (pg. 89)
  • How to use EQ to get your mixes to translate to every speaker system (pg. 94)

In short, you’ll discover how to use the closely guarded secrets of Grammy-winning mixing engineers to quickly and easily make awesome home studio mixes.

"Gave me a sense of how essential EQ'ing is"

"The EQ Course was eye-opening in many ways. Having had no previous information on mixing, the course really gave me a sense of how essential EQ'ing is to the process. It helped me take my mixes from muddy and boomy to fairly clear and definitely helped me get some punch into kicks and basses. Some really basic things that I hadn't even considered, which really changed the way I approach music: like EQ'ing the reverb and delay effects themselves to avoid conflicts on different frequencies. it does an effective job of squeezing much information into little time, and the formulations are clear and pedagogical. The amount of useful information I gained from the course was impressive, and I am extremely grateful for having been given these gems!"

- Maximillian

"really did make a noticeable difference"

"The impression I got from the course is that you are one of the rare few who has both the ability to understand complex technical concepts and the ability to effectively communicate them in common, everyday language. A few of the tips I got from the course really did make a noticeable difference in a couple of projects I am working on. The course gave me a good sense of your style and the fact that there so much useful information for free led me to believe that the stuff you have to pay for must be really great (which I later found to be true)...I am very impressed with everything. The quality of the material is fantastic, and the publications are beautiful. The graphics, the layout, and the videos are all very impressive...and I am really excited about learning."

- David Cox

Bonus #2 - The Ultimate Audio Issues EQ Course

Total Value $97 - Yours Free!

Kickstart your EQ mastery with the 3 basic principles of great EQ’ing

See this video to discover what all the buttons on your EQ do and how they will help you create clear mixes

At last! The entire frequency spectrum simplified! 

Discover what every frequency sounds like and where to focus your EQ'ing to add polish to your mixes

Revealed: Why these negative frequencies will destroy your mix

Avoid these frequencies if you want professional mixes - and focus on this instead

Where should you boost your tracks for better mixes?

Here’s where professional mixing engineers add weight, warmth, presence, and air to make their mixes stand out!

Here’s how to get balanced mixes - without using EQ

You’ll find out the surprisingly easy way to create balanced mixes, without even touching an EQ plug-in!

The reverse-EQ method for getting rid of clashing instruments

Here’s a sneaky little trick you can use to immediately create space for your vocals in the mix

The #1 method for creating separation between your tracks

The simple seek & destroy system for making all of your instruments fit together in a busy mix

This unappreciated tool helps you spot EQ problems

You’ll discover the ridiculously easy to get find where your tracks are clashing - even if you can’t hear it yet!

EQ before or after compression?

See this video to hear how your EQ moves drastically change based on how you compress your tracks

The real secret to EQ’ing for small speakers

Almost everyone gets this wrong! This often-overlooked idea will make your bass cut through on small speakers

How to Add Weight, Body, and Presence to Guitars

Easily make your guitars cut through the mix without getting in the way of the vocals

Get better drum sounds with EQ

Powerful drum mixes are possible - but only when you know these frequency areas to make your drums punch through

How to balance busy mixes with EQ

You’ll discover how to almost instantly get mixes that translate - even if you don’t have expensive speakers, room correction software, or premium plug-ins

"Immediate and impressive"

"The format helped me solidify the basics very quickly. I sampled a few sessions with the concepts and found an immediate and pronounced improvement. Full of tips that are immediately useful...the initial results are immediate and impressive....thanks."

-Dave Michaels

"Helping me immensely!"

"The Ultimate EQ Guide is helping me immensely! I am new to mixing but have been in many studios as a recording musician. It's helping me clean up muddy mixes and get more punch out of my recordings. I highly recommend it!"

-Mo Mataquin

"All Very Helpful"

"I like the specific EQ tips for each instrument. They're all very helpful and I learned quite a few new things: bass harmonics, how to make the beaters pop on kick drums, adding more punch to snare drums, and tips to make guitars sit better in the mix (which also works for lead synths)."

-Joseph Litherland

Bonus #3 - The Mid/Side EQ Secret to 3D Mixes

Total Value $120 - Yours Free!

Mid/Side EQ is a secret tool for making wide, three-dimensional mixes. 

In this masterclass, I simplify mid/side processing for you so that you can confidently use the mid/side mode on the Audio Issues EQ to tighten your low-end, create focused definition and separation between your tracks, and width in your mix.

I'll show you exactly how mid/side mode is different from stereo EQ, and I go through multiple examples on real-world tracks to show you how you can create three-dimensional mixes complete with that sparkly modern high-end width.

Bonus #4 - Exclusive Audio Issues EQ Starting Presets for Easy EQ'ing

Total Value $50 - Yours Free!

Get a library of special presets pre-loaded inside the Audio Issues EQ with the best starting points for all the most common tracks in modern music.

Get the exact starting points for the sound you're looking for with minimal effort, as opposed to the arbitrary presets you'll find in other plug-ins that have nothing to do with the sound you hear in your head

Bonus #5 - EQ Starting Points You Can Use Right Away, With Any DAW Video Course

Total Value $99 - Yours Free!

11-part video course that helps you understand when and how to use the presets in the Audio Issues EQ.

You'll discover the simple starting points to clean up your low-end, eliminate mud, and tame the harshness in your mixes.

You'll receive the exact frequency ranges to focus on for more warmth, weight, presence, and brilliance in your tracks.

You'll be able to use my go-to guidelines for EQ'ing every instrument in your mix so that your music jumps from the speakers.

Bonus #6 - How to Make Radio-Ready Records With Easy Mastering EQ Tricks

Total Value $49 - Yours Free!

This guide explains the difference between EQ during the mixing and mastering phases. It shows you all the methods to keep in mind and the mistakes to avoid when you're using EQ while mastering.

  • Your key checklist when using mastering EQ
  • How to use metering tools for frequency analysis during mastering
  • The subtle secret of using EQ during mastering
  • The do's and don'ts of mastering EQ
  • Why you should use a linear phase EQ during mastering
  • How to use M/S EQ during mastering for a tighter low-end
  • Your quick start guide to mastering with EQ

I'm able to get a clean and tight low end on this song I'm working on. I cut some of the mud out of the kick and bass, then I let the kick have a little extra 50 Hz and added a little bit around 800 Hz on the bass guitar. That made the low end clear and punchy. This is a great guide to get things moving in the right direction!!! Thank You!!!!"

- Jeff Smith, Mixing Engineer

"I felt like my mixes were lacking in the middle frequencies and the frequency analyzer showed me this. With the EQ, I was able to find frequencies in this area using your Reverse-EQ Method. This EQ, along with the books will help even seasoned engineers to learn new methods and reinforce their knowledge."

-Aaron Adams

Get the Ultimate Audio Issues EQ Bundle

  • The Audio Issues EQ Vocabulary Plug-in ($79 Value): (Windows (64 bit only): VST2, VST3, AAX - macOS 10.12 or later (64 bit only): VST2, VST3, AU, AAX)
  • Free Bonus #1: EQ Strategies - Your Ultimate Guide to EQ eBook ($47 Value)
  • Free Bonus #2: The Audio Issues Ultimate EQ Video Course ($97 Value)
  • Free Bonus #3: The Mid/Side EQ Secret to 3D Mixes Masterclass ($120 Value)
  • Free Bonus #4: Exclusive Audio Issues EQ Starting Presets for Easy EQ'ing ($50 Value)
  • Free Bonus #5: EQ Starting Points You Can Use Right Away, With Any DAW Video Course ($99 Value)
  • Free Bonus #6: How to Make Radio-Ready Records With Easy Mastering EQ Tricks ($50 Value)

Total Value: $542

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The Audio issues EQ comes with a 100% risk-free money-back guarantee. If there's even a slight chance that the Audio Issues EQ can help you make better mixes and improve your EQ skills, it's a no-brainer to try it.

I promise that using the EQ and following the workflow inside my training will help you create more professional mixes from your home studio. You'll know exactly what to do to create separation and balance in your mixes so you can hear all of your instruments and tracks clearly.

If at any point you decide that the Audio Issues EQ didn't skyrocket the quality of your mixes, simply email at ANY TIME within the 60-day window for a full refund, no questions asked or strings attached!

I take my guarantee very seriously. I am not interested in keeping your money if you do not get any value from what I'm creating for you.

So if you’re not happy, I’m not happy. Simple as that.



What if I don't have a pro studio?

That's great! In fact, I made the Audio Issues EQ with the home studio musician and bedroom producer in mind so that they can make better music even with limited equipment.  

I only do [insert random music genre here]. Will this help me?

My students work in every style of music, from rock, country and folk to EDM, hip-hop, and pop. The Audio Issues EQ will help you make better EQ decisions regardless of the type of genre you're working in.  

What are the specific software requirements to run the plug-in

The Audio Issues EQ works in all modern DAWs that can load third-party plug-ins in 64-bit format. It also works on the new M1 Apple computers. If your DAW uses VST2, VST3, AAX in Windows; or VST2, VST3, AU, AAX in macOS 10.12 or later, you can use the Audio Issues EQ to make better mixes.

Do you have a demo or a trial?

Unfortunately, there is no demo or trial version of the Audio Issues EQ available because we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back.  

How is the EQ delivered?

After you click the button below and go through the check-out process, you will be redirected to a download area where you will find the installers for the Audio Issues EQ. You will need to download the installers, unzip the file and go through the easy installation process. Once you've installed the EQ, you will find it in your plug-in folder the next time you open up your DAW.  

Is this only for beginners?

The Audio Issues EQ is for anyone who wants to improve their mixes with an intuitive EQ plug-in that's like nothing else that's on the market today. It makes EQ'ing effortless and easy. Instead of mindlessly tweaking knobs and wasting time figuring out how to EQ your tracks to make them sit better in a busy mix, the Audio Issues EQ will help you easily create better mixes in seconds.  

Do you have other questions?

No problem! We'd be happy to answer them. Simply email us at and we'll help you out.

What is a Langspil?

You may have noticed the EQ preset "Langspil" in the promotional images on this site and elsewhere. I chose the preset "Langspil" because it's a horrendous-sounding traditional Icelandic instrument that sounds like a cat scratching its nails down a chalkboard while simultaneously coughing up a hairball while a 28K dial-up modem is waking a baby up.

In terms of EQ curves, making a Langspil sound better would probably look something like that, and if the Audio Issues EQ can make a Langspil sound better, it'll work for anything you throw at it!


I spent 10+ years mastering the art of EQ, but you can master the frequency spectrum in only a fraction of the time.

EQ doesn't have to be a mystery so let me show you how to master it through the Audio Issues EQ plug-in.

Don't learn behind a mixing board like I did, randomly twisting knobs and scratching your head in a dimly lit music venue for what felt like an eternity. Instead, you can learn everything you need about EQ in only a few hours.

You'll know exactly where your instruments are clashing, making any EQ problem easy to fix.

Once you master EQ, you'll be able to create space and separation between all the instruments in your mix.

  • ​You don't need to worry about muddy mixes any more because you'll know exactly how to clean up your low-mids.
  • ​You don't need to worry about a boxy drum sound because you know exactly how to EQ your drums to make them sound smoother.
  • ​You don't need to be scared about whether you're adding too much high-end harshness because you'll know exactly how to tame your high-mids.

So if you want to master the art of EQ'ing, look no further.


Hi, I'm Björgvin Benediktsson, Icelander*, Musician, Audio Engineer and Founder of Audio Issues.

*I'm contractually obligated to disclose my nationality due to reasons we don't have time to get into, but may or may not involve a garden gnome and a horn full of mead...

I’m the author of the #1 Amazon best-seller, Step By Step Mixing: How to Create Great Mixes Using Only 5 Plug-ins.

I've worked as a live sound engineer, a broadcast recording engineer, a professional touring musician, a freelance mixing and mastering engineer, and an audio educator since I started my career in 2006. Since 2009 I've been helping musicians and producers like you gain the confidence and skills to make professional music they can be proud to release.

The Audio Issues EQ is the plug-in I wish I had when I was starting out and I'm excited to share it with you today so you can fix your muddy mixes, remove the harshness from your high-end, and add that professional sheen to make your mixes radio-ready and release-worthy.