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Micing a Bass
Old 4th September 2007
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Micing a Bass

I'm sure this may have already been posted, so sorry in advance, i'm new. Ok so we used to have a guy who would mix all the mics for my drums, but unfortunately his internship was up and now he's gone. It's also unfortunate that i left him leave w/o showing me what he did back there on the sound board to mix my bass. I turned it on the other day to give it a shot and it was flat as ever and just sounded HORRIBLE. i made sure it wasn't tuned flat which it wasn't it sounded beautiful w/o the mic. So i need some advice on what to turn and where to turn the knobs on the sound board (i.e. highs, mids, lows etc...). I'm aiming for a big boom sound. I already have a pillow in there if that helps. Any advice is welcome,

may help: 57056

Thanks in advance,
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