23rd January 2008
Tips & Techniques:Bass Guitar Recording
My suggestions are from my own personal expirience.
You might not agree but give it a shot...
first of all, if you don't have a REALLY good bass amp lose the amp,
it is better to record With A direct Box. just plug the guitar to the DI input and use the Balanced output of the DI to your console. you might need to press the PAD button so the signal won't get distorted.
If you can't get the right sound for you'r bass guitar from the guitar it is often a good idea to use a crossover on the bass signal.
dividing the signal into 3 diffrent frequency sections will give you the option to compress and Eq each of them seperatly, letting you decide if the guitar will sound Fatter or More punchy...
If non of this works... you might wana replace your bass guitar or the bass player
Respect 4 Noam Meiri!
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