#1
i record my guitar through the line out on my b52 at212, i plug from the line out to the input on my boss 8 track digital recorder and im thinkin about gettin a little behringer 5 channel mixer to fatten the sound, i just dont know where i plug the mixer in the midst of my recorder, amp and pedal board, if anyone can help me out that would be appreciated thanks
#3
that wont fatten your sound.

Adam
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my grandma is dying and my mum wants me to play something on bass for her, any body got any suggestions?!

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another one bites the dust has a pretty cool bass line
#5
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that wont fatten your sound.

Adam

that depends...mixers have EQ's for bass & treble
or maybe he's talking about his recordings sounding fuller,in which case he could double the guitars
#6
doubling guitars would happen after recording, oh his recording device or after the tracks are transferred to computer. for a fatter sound(if you feel you have one with your amp) use a mic. in which case you could buy a mixer, or better, a proper dedicated preamp. this will be higher quality, but one channel usually. but if your only recording yourself, one track at a time, get a real preamp. i suggest an sHure sm57 microphone or audix i-5 or sennheiser e 609. those three are pretty much industry standards in guitar cab miking and are all around 100 bucks, cheaper on eBay.

Adam
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my grandma is dying and my mum wants me to play something on bass for her, any body got any suggestions?!

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another one bites the dust has a pretty cool bass line
#7
How do you think a mixer will fatten your sound out of curiosity. A lot of the time figuring out what the person mis understoods can lead to better explaining.
#8
well i didnt really mean fattening the sound i meant for it to sound fuller and not as muddy and i figured a mixer would get the job done but appearantly not
#9
You could fatten the sound out on the mixer, use your aux bass function and equalise the track so it sounds deeper, turn the hi down and the low up.
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