Re: separation of lows and highs


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Posted by blisshead on January 11, 2001 at 09:09:33:

In Reply to: Re: separation of lows and highs posted by Mickster on January 03, 2001 at 16:09:04:

: : I play a Ibanez sound gear with active pick-ups, a peavy 210tx combo with a 410 cabinet. I use a zoom 3000 effects processor which gives me a good clean punchy sound but I'm looking for that clear professional sound, with good distinction. So your lows sound low and deep but when you pick, slap or mute your high strings, they come through bright. What kind of equipment should I be focusing on, or is there any adjustments I could make to my existing equipment to get that type of sound?

: Hey moyle, my name's Mickster, and I just wanted to let you know that you
: posted this question at the wrong board.This board is just for learning
: related questions.Go to the top of the page, and click on Electricbass.com.
: That's where you'll get a response to your question.Come on over.There's
: a ton of cool people there.See you there.

: The Mickster

The Mickster is right, but I think compression, not limiters or any of that, but really good compression is the key. Tech21 makes a cheap but good pedal called the bass compactor that I would recommend. There are an infinite number of rackmounts available, I like the dbx one myself.



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