Pre-Production Bass Guitar Processing

Let’s face it – the tone you’re going to get from your pre-production recordings aren’t going to be as great as the ones in the final mix; they don’t need to be. That’s not me saying you should completely disregard your tone either though… You just need to get a solid take with a few additional processing steps to tighten everything up. Here’s what I mean.

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Tracking Doom Metal Guitars Through Bass Amps

Aren’t bass guitar amps intended for bass guitars? Well yes, but that doesn’t stop them from being an ideal solution for heavy, sludgy electric guitars that drone on in your mixes too. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of using bass amps the next time you go to track guitars…

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This Is Why Studio Secrets Work For The Stage
A great mix is going to sound amazing regardless of if you’re in a multi-million dollar studio, at home with some headphones, or playing back through a loudspeaker system at a concert. There are many key concepts that audio engineers can carry over from the studio to a live sound environment, but the similarities don’t just stop there.
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