We all know that the sound of your bass is the most important part of a good bass.
And the best way to get it to sound better is to add an EQ.
If you’re looking for an easy way to tweak your bass tone, then Yamaha’s “Ion” EQ is the way to go.
And it sounds awesome.
The Yamaha Ion’s onboard equalizer is built around a number of features that can be controlled from within the app, such as frequency response, low-end, and low-mid frequency settings.
For example, you can adjust the frequency response by adjusting the frequency cutoff frequency (the highest frequency you can hear), the cutoff frequency, or the level of bass.
All of these can be adjusted by simply dragging the slider up or down from the lower right corner of the app.
The high-end and low end are set by the left and right filters, respectively.
The bass boost is controlled by a pair of knobs, while the treble boost is managed by a slider.
The frequency response is set by one knob and the trebles are set to one of three levels.
These three settings can be configured by dragging up or lower from the bottom right corner.
When it comes to tweaking the EQ, the most obvious way to do it is by dragging the knobs left or right and hitting the ‘Equalize’ button.
This will equalize the tone of the EQ to the sound source.
But if you want to go a step further, you have the option to set the frequency and trebles in the same spot.
That’s where the “ION” button comes in handy.
The Ion will set the bass boost and trebling to whatever level you set for each filter.
In this example, I’ve set the high-frequency filter to 2x the level, and the low-frequency to 5x the volume.
So far, so good.
The “Ions” in the app are great at getting your bass sound just right.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
The next step is to tweak the bass with the built-in bass boost knob.
This knob is located just below the bass and low bass boosts.
The built- in bass boost can be used to boost the bass to produce a more aggressive sound, or it can be turned off to reduce the level.
The low-level boost can also be used as a bass boost, as well.
If the built in bass is set to 2-3x the bass level, the low bass will be set to a lower frequency, while boosting the bass will give it a boost to the high frequency.
You can also use the built up bass boost to set your treble to whatever you’d like it to be.
But the really cool part of the built into bass is its ability to alter the level with one knob.
So if you’re tweaking the trebly boost, you’re going to want to be using the left/right settings to get the right sound.
The tone of a bass can be very different depending on the amount of bass boost you have, and if you’ve added an EQ to boost it, you might want to tune it up.
In my experience, I’d recommend adjusting the bass booster by dragging down the left or the right slider to get a nice, tight, punchy, and slightly punchy boost.
It’s hard to explain how much of a difference a bass booster can make to a bass, so if you have any questions, feel free to ask me in the comments section.
This is only one way to use the Ion’s built-up bass boost.
If all you want is a little extra bass boost on top of the already beefy bass, then you can tweak the trebling too.
The treble booster can be set at whatever frequency you want, and can be modified by dragging it up or it down from above.
The Treble Booster slider can be manipulated to adjust the trebliness of the trebled bass boost depending on which of the three settings you’re using.
But there are plenty of other settings you can use to tweak a bass sound that’s already sounding good.
I’d highly recommend checking out the “Mixing” section of the Yamaha Ion app, where you can find all the built and built-to-order bass presets for your system.
As an added bonus, Yamaha’s online bass presets are very useful.
The presets are organized by genre, and each bass will have presets that work well for a variety of genres.
For instance, you’ll see Bass Tone, Bass Dynamics, Bass Resonance, and so on.
And I would recommend checking them out.
You might also want to check out Yamaha’s Bass EQ section to find out how you can improve your sound in other ways.
So whether you want a really beefy boost, or you want an easy-to play bass boost that will make your bass sounds more natural and not