When working with audio sources, Amplitude Interactive applies compression and equalization to make the final mixed audio sound its best.
In audio, compression reduces dynamic range by increasing the level of quieter sounds while limiting how loud the loudest sounds can be.
Equalization, or EQ, adjusts audio frequencies to make the final sound more pleasing. EQ can be used on narrow or wide frequency ranges. It can reduce sibilance (harsh “s” sounds), boost bass, or just about anything else where audio frequencies need a little help.