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Does swaying your head like Stevie Wonder improve your musical hearing?

I have seen other blind people swaying their head when playing the piano. On YouTube there is a blind girl named Lucy who does this while playing a piece by Chopin. I have no idea why they do it but ...
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Is boosting all frequencies on an EQ equivalent to a flat EQ

Lazy's answer has it but I can see from the comments there is still some confusion so I'll try address that; Given that; The eq line is completely flat at some point either above or below the ...
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Is boosting all frequencies on an EQ equivalent to a flat EQ

The answer is as always: It depends. With classic analogue EQs you’d not be free in terms of response curve. Rather you’d have multiple bandfilters combined with pots cutting a part to ground (passive)...
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Any advice for creating jpop bass sound?

To me it sounds like many of the bass parts are actually played with Yamaha DX-7 or similar sounding synthesizer. For the parts that are clearly played with a bass guitar, one way to achieve the sound ...
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Any advice for creating jpop bass sound?

Hard to say without seeing the player, but it may be accomplished with good slapping technique, or a combination of slapping and a flanger pedal: The Breakdown: Slap Bass w/ Marcus Miller,, 3 Cool ...
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