EzraplaysEzra wrote:It depends on the track for me. Usually I use a pre eq and OD and wah in the live track - then, almost always add post eq, reverb and any time or modulation effect. Then what ever else according to where it falls in the mix.
EzraplaysEzra wrote:PS I hate Pro tools because it is awesome.
Nuno wrote:Usually I don't use effects when recording, I add them later. But if I want a type of tone in my pedals or amps, I use them.
rparker wrote:I didn't realize until today that people used reverb after tracking as much as they do. You mentioned it here and I read the same in a book this afternoon. I understand why now, but never would have imagined. I makes sense. (The book said that grouping some tracks together using the same reverb is a good way to help make tracks fit together.)
rparker wrote:Laz, was that bass amp a big one or a smaller, studio friendly size? Mine is a 6.5 inch Hartke. I do have an 18" Behringer Keyboard/PA combo amp. It can thump. I think I'll give that a go as well.
Laz wrote:It was an old all-tube Fender, 2x10 or 2x12 on a diagonal. EQ was quite dark.
rparker wrote:Laz wrote:It was an old all-tube Fender, 2x10 or 2x12 on a diagonal. EQ was quite dark.
Ahhhh. That's certainly a different ball game than my bass setup.
I bet it sounds great!
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