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Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by leftseptember, Jul 29, 2003.
Which would have better results in the studio?
They are different things entirely. The question is- what do you need done?
I've been using the RBI for our recordings. IMO it kicks major A$$. If u want to listen to some of my band's recordings follow this link below.
I think I got my best sound on the first track "impalement". Thats a recent recording.
I know of the bass POD, but what is RBI?
Both could work depending on the situation. The RBI will be more Rock/Metal driven, and the Bass Pod will be more versatile but has more knobs and it may take time for you to find what you want with it. I have a POD and the sansamp BDDI, the RBI's smaller counterpart, and I've used both successfully. I tend to use the POD more for recording and the BDDI pays for itself over and over again when I play live.
Nice! I like that song!
Pod PRO is THE recording unit IMHO.THE THE
Disregard my above inability to use the font trick thingy's........
(Pod PRO is awesome in studio)
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