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Equalizer Riddle: The Best EQ Apps

There has been significant discussion regarding Equalizers. Today, we give a more modern twist to the discussion and discuss modern equalizer apps you can choose from! From way back when, there have always been people who expressed the idea that the best way to make use of an Equalizer (EQ) is to not use it at all.

However, that was during the period when not everyone was familiar with the concept of it. With today’s technology, there are a lot of helpful apps to help the indie artists and aspiring indie musicians. Most apps today actually act like a whole band so users have a better time understanding and building their style. By the time most indie players are ready to explore the outside world, they have a better idea of what they want to build as an artist.

Now, let’s look at some of our picks for the best EQ Apps for Android!

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Equalizer FX

This app comes with both a free and a paid option. In terms of user interface, it’s fairly clean and direct. So there’s very little chance of any confusion occurring. There’s a bass boost which is important for those that like a heavier beat to their sounds. There’s a loudness enhancer and a 5 band EQ.

We don’t suggest that you get the paid version as it doesn’t really do anything other than remove the ads. Other than that, it’s a fairly reliable EQ for beginners.

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Music Volume EQ & Bass Booster

This is one of the more popular apps as it has always been free. The 5 band EQ comes standard but has 9 presents to it. This is great for those who want to change things up a bit or experiment with other styles or sounds. There are other features that aren’t usually available in free apps which is why it continues to endure to this day.

Neutralizer

This particular app comes with a free and a paid version. If you ask us which EQ app stands apart from the rest, we’d definitely say it’s this one. Before you start using it, the user interface will ask you a bunch of questions that will let the app adjust to your preferences. Don’t worry you can always change it later.

If you’re still unsure, that’s okay!

Apps are meant to be experimented with. This is why it is important to try out free apps as you see them in the Play Store. If you guys have your own go-to EQ apps, let us know and we’ll share the love!

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