Good instruments have built-in equalizers. Normally, the equalizer is one setting. You can select any type of sound to adjust, and the music is balanced for that. Alternatively, you can usually set custom equalizer levels. Whether you use a preset or a custom setting, it affects all your music evenly. The only exception is iTunes. As awful as iTunes is, it does a pretty good job of writing metadata into your music files. If you use an application to sync music, you can set its equalizer settings per song.

It works on the current version of iTunes as well as much older versions.

Equalizer settings per piece

Open iTunes and go to your music library. Select the track list view from the left column. Once you’ve listed all your songs, right-click on the “Name” field at the top. A fairly large menu of additional columns opens that you can activate. In this menu, find and select the Equalizer option.

When the Equalizer column is enabled, you can configure the equalizer settings per song. Click the Up / Down button in the Equalizer column next to the song.

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