Equalizer (audio)

VCSD's Equalizer is a kind of Graphic Equalizer, which offers the major means of controlling sound quality. It allows users to alter the sound through ten sliders that represent ten frequency bands: 30 Hz, 75 Hz, 140 Hz, 280 Hz, 560 Hz, 1000 Hz, 2000 Hz, 4000 Hz, 9000 Hz and 16000 Hz.

Equalizer tab has ten sliders, each of which represents a particular frequency band. The sliders on the left of the panel represent the lower frequency bands, and the sliders on the right represent the higher ones.

The content below explains the use of controls on Equalizer tab:

There are ten Equalizer sliders available, the slider's value is shown underneath each one.

To turn the volume of a frequency band up or down, move the corresponding slider up or down. Drag the slider by your left mouse or click on the slider and use the up and down arrow keys to adjust the band value.

The adjustment takes effect right after you make it.

Shows the Preset menu with sixteen built-in equalizer presets:

Notes:

You can also save, change, and load your own presets using the Save / Load commands in the popup menu.

To remove all adjustments on the sliders, click the Reset command on the top of the menu.

Loads a pre-saved Equalizer file (EQ format) into use.

When you click on this button, the Open dialog box will be shown immediately. Specify the file from your hard disk, and click Open.

The Equalizer file you loaded into the Equalizer can be changed if you adjust any of the ten sliders. To avoid making unwanted changes on the file, check the Open as read-only checkbox in the Open dialog box before you load them.

Saves the settings of the ten Equalizer sliders for future use.

When you click on this button, the Save As dialog box will be shown immediately. Type the name of the new file into the File name textbox, and click Save. The file will be saved as a .eq file.

Removes all adjustments on all ten sliders. This button has the same use as the Reset command on the top of the Preset menu.

Notes:

The settings of the ten Equalizer sliders are saved into a EQ format file.

You can set a hot key to quickly enable/disable the Equalizer tab.