New Splitscreen Cover using the Sire M7!

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  1. Bassprofessor

    Bassprofessor

    Mar 26, 2021
    Hi my fellow lowenderettes and lowenders,

    I once more joined a project to do a full splitscreen cover. It's Queensryches Project Mindcrime classic "I Don't Believe In Love".

    I used my Sire M7 5 String bass in a D Drop C tuning, as our singer needed a full step down. As we are playing in a lower tuning I wanted to go for a more growling tone than the original song.

    My settings are:
    Both pickups in active Humbucker mode 50%:50%, 100% Volume, 95% Tone, 90% Treble, 100% Mids, 30% Midfrequenzy, 75% Bass.
    Slightly used D'Addario strings.

    I hope you enjoy it!

    May you stay well and creative!
    -Robert

     
  2. bholder

    bholder Affable Sociopath Gold Supporting Member Supporting Member

    Sep 2, 2001
    Vestal, NY
    Received a gift from Sire* (see sig)
    Sounds good. That's one fine looking bass, if I do say so myself! ;)
     
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  3. Bassprofessor

    Bassprofessor

    Mar 26, 2021
    Thank you very much :)
     
  4. wvbass

    wvbass Supporting Member

    Mar 1, 2004
    West Virginia
    I usually struggle to comment on things like this. It is very hard to hear a recorded cover without using the original as a measuring stick, and you picked one heck of a stick. I do like Queensryche's version better - my ears are trained to hear it as the "right" version.

    I can say that I think you fixed the things I didn't like about the original bass tone and kept all the things I loved about it, although the obnoxious midrange punch of the original has grown on me over time. Your band also did a great job on a song I won't let my band attempt. Very well done!
     
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  5. Bassprofessor

    Bassprofessor

    Mar 26, 2021
    Thank you so much! We really had fun playing and recording that tune!
     
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