By definition, masking is a psychoacoustic phenomenon that occurs when two sounds occupy the same (or similar) frequency ranges and become indistinguishable. When masking appears in a mix, masking can cause your tracks to lose definition and clarity due to multiple sounds fighting for attention in a similar frequency range.
An equalizer can be used to give you control over different parts of the frequency spectrum, independently allowing you to make character or corrective alterations by applying additive EQ or subtractive EQ
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Part Box: 1/2 Note
Select the half note in the part box palette.
There are several ways to select score symbols in the Part box. You can select symbols directly by clicking, or select them using the button for the Part box group. Some symbols can be selected using key commands.
Go to Page… ⌃/
Jump to a specific page number in the score.
The playhead is automatically set to the beginning of the selected page, unless the sequencer is running when you click OK. In this situation, Catch mode is turned off.