Old 20th November 2005, 09:42   #1
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Acoustic Preset 4 Winamp?

Maybe some of you are familiar with the EQ-Preset
called "Acoustic". I use Fullbass+Fulltreble on my winamp but there are songs this preset doesn't work on!(Songs with too much Bass = Sounds dirty)
That did never happen with the Acoustic Preset featured by WmPLAYER or I tunes.

So i ask you, the Community:



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Old 20th November 2005, 20:41   #2
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Equalizer presets are "in the 'ear' of the beholder". What Mr. Jones likes for a acoustic preset may not be to your liking. If you compare the WMP's and iTunes' presets you will notice they are different from each other. Also, Winamp, WMP and iTunes uses different EQ bands.

Try the attached individual preset file. It is very loosely based on the WMP and iTune acoustic preset (visual comparison). When you download/save the preset, rename it from acoustic.txt to Acoustic.eqf

Then when Winamp is running...
1. Click the preset button
2. Load > From EQF...
3. go to the folder/directory when you downloaded the preset and open the preset file

If you want you can add that to Winamp's defaults presets.
1. Click the preset button
2. Save > Preset...
3. give it name like Acoustic or something of your choice and save

More info, from TSGH > Winamp Equalizer Q&A Guide....

Q: Where can I find more presets? Where can I find presets for other genres?
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File Type: txt acoustic.txt (299 Bytes, 11811 views)

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Old 20th November 2005, 22:15   #3
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thx&thx&thx and yeah...thank you!
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