I'm doing some wah stuff, and the wah bits are a lot brighter (and have a lot more treble) than the rest of the lead once I step off the wah and the circuit closes.
Is my best bet to split the track and just EQ it and cut the high bits out, or is there a more "correct" way to go about it?
(Yeah, I'm recording tonight, hence the slew of threads..)
The wah is likely just exaggerating certain frequency spikes that are present in your amp/speaker/mic combination, or in however you're running direct. You could use a visual multi-band EQ to isolate and cut those spikes, or maybe try a multi-band compressor?