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Flat Response

A piece of gear (or a system) is said to have flat response when it outputs all frequencies at equal levels, assuming that a flat signal was used as input. That is to say, no frequency is boosted or cut in level by the “natural” frequency response of the gear. This is desirable for most studio situations; if a mix sounds good on a “flat” system, it should translate well to an end listener’s system.

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