#1
i recently discovered my favorite way to track bass in the studio.
having an XLR DI on the front of my amp, i can easily crank it up loud, feel the rumble in the ground, yet still have a nice, clean, sharp tone with a fat bottom end, but without it getting overly muddy.
so, i was wondering, what other methods do you guys use?
Fender 72' Deluxe Tele
Schecter Damian Elite 7
Fender '62 Reissue Jazz Bass (MIJ)
Peavey XXX 212 (back on the East Coast)

Macbook Pro 15" Retina
Logic Pro X 10.0.7
Revalver 4
LePou Amp Sims
Ignite Amp Sims
LeCab2
RedWirez Impulses
#2
Yeah, DI'ing is usually the best option when it comes to recording, unless you're wanting the tone of your cab included in your recordings.


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#5
meh, i tried amplitube, i just couldnt get into it. i didnt really like the models on it.
Fender 72' Deluxe Tele
Schecter Damian Elite 7
Fender '62 Reissue Jazz Bass (MIJ)
Peavey XXX 212 (back on the East Coast)

Macbook Pro 15" Retina
Logic Pro X 10.0.7
Revalver 4
LePou Amp Sims
Ignite Amp Sims
LeCab2
RedWirez Impulses
#6
So far I've used:
1: a Digitech GNX3000 and USB port
2: plugged straight 1/4"-1/4" into a mixer(balanced line)
3: used the DI on the back of my amp to record through my church's sound system into my computer's soundcard, and
4: my personal favorite, the same setup as 3 except instead of a DI, my amp was lying flat on its back so the overhead choir mics could pick it up. We also had to mic an electric drumset...

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Last edited by Mutant Corn at Jan 18, 2009,