Apple's Music App has a built-in equalizer setting for iPhone and iPad. You can use these EQ settings, whether you're an Apple Music subscriber, buying songs on iTunes, or listening to music files you've manually transferred.
Unfortunately, there is no option to make your own settings Apple provides many different presets for EQ configuration. Whether you want to get an extra bass boost or want to hear the vocals of your favorite song more clearly, there should be an EQ for every taste. Strangely, these are not visible in the music app itself, but do not worry. We show you where you are.
Selecting an EQ Preset for the Music App
To get started, open the Settings app and scroll to "Music" before tapping it.
. Then scroll down and tap EQ.
Depending on the settings that Apple used when creating, the sound is slightly different. To select an EQ, tap it.
On iOS 12.1.4, the available options are Acoustic, Bass Amp, Bass Reducer, Classical, Dance, Deep, Electronic, Flat, Hip Hop, Jazz, Late Night, Latin, Loudness, Lounge, Piano, Pop, R & B, Rock, small speakers, spoken word, treble amp, treble reducer and vocal amplifier.
Again, It must be remembered that this option only affects the music played through the music app. Songs from Apple Music and music downloaded or purchased through iTunes are good, but Spotify, Tidal, and other services are not.
If you want to use an equalizer with other services, look for a software EQ option in the service's app. If the app does not provide its own equalizer option, you will not be able to enable the EQ for music played through this app.