The Graphic Equalizer Panel lets you adjust the sound envelope of your voice. This guide will give you a better understanding of how to use the Graphic Equalizer.

1. Graphical Equalizer: Adjusts the sound envelope of your voice. It consists of a series of band controls that modify the sound over 10 separate frequencies. You modify the sound level in a band by moving a slider up to boost or moving the slider down to attenuate. By default, the band levels will all be in the middle, at zero decibels (dB). The range of these controls is from -20 dB to 20 dB. The lower frequencies/bands will be on the left side of the graphic equalizer (30, 60, 125); the higher frequencies/bands will be on the right side of the graphic equalizer (4k, 8k, 16k).
2. Reset Graphic Equalizer: This will set the graphic equalizer bands to neutral levels (zero decibels).
3. Set Equalizer Preset: Sets the graphic equalizer bands to standard (speech, harsh, soft) or custom preset levels. When you click this button, a list will appear next to the button. Click on the name of the preset to select it. The graphic equalizer bands will be adjusted after you make a selection.
4. Add Custom Equalizer Preset: Lets you create a new custom preset. First adjust the graphic equalizer bands. Next, click on this button. A New Equalizer dialog will appear with text to enter. Fill out these text fields and click the 'OK' button. The custom preset will now be available in the Set Equalizer Preset button list.
5. Delete Custom Equalizer Preset: To delete a custom preset, click on this button. A Delete Equalizer Setting dialog will appear. Select the preset you wish to delete in the text box, click on the 'X' button, then click the 'OK' button.
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