#1
I don't know if this is the right place for this, but...

I'm having a lot of problems with recording bass on my computer. I'm using the direct-im method (no amp), and it's just way too quiet. Should I record with an amp and mic? The only mic I have is a Shure PG48, and it's been okay for recording, but I don't know if I'd be good enough...
#2
If you go into "volume control" on your computer, then click options, properties then itll say adjust volume for ___ click "recording". and then turn the "mic" volume up and if needed click advanced under the mic box and click "mic boost"
people with large sig's are clearly compensating for something.
#3
there's like 100 threads pile this . But go through ur amp then to the pc. Because its the eq that u will always use. Or setup two mic, one in front of the amp an one a couple feet away to get a mic'd tone.
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