Related: Mids, Lows, High-End, Top-End, Treble, Air
What does Highs mean?
The higher range of audio frequencies above 6kHz. A reference value.
Highs are the higher frequencies in a sound – typically above 6kHz. Usually meant in the context of “highs, mids and lows” in an audio signal.
Highs Synonyms: High-End, Top-End, Treble, Air
Example sentence: “Can we add more highs.”
Read: Difference Between Lows, Mids, & Highs In Music
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