A Designs REDDI Video

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  1. caesarbass

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    Cool demo and killer playing! You can really hear the difference with the REDDI on those high notes, can't you? Much fuller and they don't lose their bottom like they do straight into the Apogee.
     
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    Very tasty groovin'! And like we need yet another ad for REDDI? :D
     
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    Yep. Definitely a difference. Much more full with the REDDI. I shouldn't listen to these demosÂ…we're getting a new sound system at church (I think the new PreSonus Studio Live board is coming next week) as part of the expansion/remodel and I can only imagine how my Roscoe would sound thru a REDDI into a new system/room.
     
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    Thanks guys!! I can't say enough about my signal chain!! I'm impressed by the Apogee Duet by itself too....not bad at all...but....the REDDI just warms everything up for sure!!! It's my favorite little DI ever!!!
    Also, just wanted to play some old basses through the REDDI!!!!
     
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    Do you have any "new" basses to demo? Something active and 5 string? Seems like ,oct REDDI demos are with passive 4 string basses. Do modern basses sound as good?
     
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    Here's a link to the first REDDI video I did. It's actually 1 of 2 videos featuring the REDDI and a bunch of basses, 5's, active, passive, fretted, fretless. I used my M-Audio interface for the recordings.
    http://youtu.be/gmyRJaDcrGk
     
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    I think I'd have one of these now except I'd only get to "hear" it when playing at church. Wouldn't do me much good at home.
     
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    Nice!!! You'll have to borrow it for some home recording every once in a while!!
     

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