So, maybe you have a profile that is really great but you wish it had just a little more weight to it. You can try raising the tone stack bass and mids but if that fails here is another more precise method to try.
Load a Studio EQ in the X slot, go to the first page, crank the low gain to 12, move the low frequency to around 100hz. Slowly sweep the frequency up and down until you find the frequency you are looking for. It will be exaggerated but that is the idea, to help you hear it better. Now lower the level to balance. You may need to do the same to the high frequency to balance out the tone. For the high possibly start 4k to 6k.
You can also do this with the mid parametric control in the Studio EQ. This will give you greater control with the Q for fine tuning.
Here is a quick example, I still think the edit is overdone but you'll get the idea:
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