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For best results, you want to use a measurement microphone (also called reference or RTA microphone). Your goal is to get a curve as flat as possible (a straight line) on the RTA when using pink noise. As you raise the volume, it will feed and it will show on the RTA which frequency it is (It will stay red on one band). Cut that frequency. I like to start with a 10db cut and 5db on the previous and following frequency band to get a smoother curve. General rule for the EQ is to cut and avoid boosting. It will most likely feed at more than on frequency band so rinse and repeat.