#1
I honest to god tried searching and ive been searching through the forums for days.

Im trying to record through DI(direct injection). Guitar straight to my M-audio fast track pro. Quality is fine everything is nice except the fact that the guitar sound is way too bassy. What do you guys recommend i do? Its bassy before applying any effects. IS this something i can EQ or what?
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#2
What amp modeling software are you using? You should be able to EQ your guitar in there.

If you're going DI from an amp, you could put a LPF on your track and use that to roll off some bass.
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#3
Have you tried lowering the guitar's volume a bit? (volume knob on guitar) that's what i have to do when line in to my pc.
#4
Well lowering the guitar volume did help a BIT but still.

It's not really bassy i guess that was a wrong use of words.

I play alot of riffs such as


|---------------
|----------------
|-------------------
|------------------
|----------7---8--9---
|0-0-0-0---0--0---0


You know what i mean where its basically palm muting the root note as i hit other notes on different strngs. Anyhoo, when i hit said notes it sounds like im playing a banjo by how strongly plucked they sound. It sounds like i need to deaden the sound somewhat, its too PLUCK PLUCK .


God, im sorry for not explaining things properly hope you catch my drift.


as for

what amp software, i have amplitube and i ve been trying some free ones. EQing barely helps it, it just barely conceals the issue.
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#5
Well don't have any other suggestions, when I play through my amp i am almost always full tone/volume, or near. Going DI into PC etc I roll back the tone/volume knobs a bit. Just enough to take the edge off, and clear out unwanted noise such as the plucking.