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Harmony Central provides advice from three top pros for recording great-sounding elec

Discussion in 'News & PR' started by Marlat, May 30, 2004.

  1. Marlat


    Sep 17, 2002
    London UK
    From: Harmony Central

    As part of their premium content, Harmony Central have made an article from Electronic Musician available for download.

    Advice from three top pros for recording great-sounding electrnic bass.


    In an ideal world, recording master-quality electric-bass sounds in your studio would be a piece of cake. You’d simply connect the bass to a DI and maybe to a preamp, adjust gain to avoid overload, slap on a compressor, press the record button, and off you’d go. But reality is more complicated. You have to take into account the quality and sonic signature of the outboard gear, the condition of the instrument, the skill of the player, the musical style, the acoustics of the control room, whether the sound of an amp will be added into the equation (and if so, what mics will be used), and so forth.

    The article is available in PDF format at the following link: