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@Burak Cihan The problem with that is, we cannot hear with your ears. Everyone has different taste and style, some people loves their music mostly sounding flat, or applying just small eq adjustments, some people applies heavy eq, because they like it that way. It's really not that hard to create a preset for yourself. Use the stock presets as a base. For example, if you like your music, with bass & treble? Use the bass & treble preset as a base and just fiddle with it a little bit while you're listening to your music, do it until you're satisfied with the results. Just remember the basic rule of equing. Always cut back before you add! For example, if you're adding +6dB with eq, you also have to cut back 6dB to make headroom for your adjustments.

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