Hey Ott :) I'm currently struggling with getting a consistent sound when playing/recording bass lines (as in, guitar/live). Whilst I'm sure 90% of my problem is my shitty playing technique, do you have any tips on 'live' bass processing? I.e. how to get it sounding super tight without squishing the shit out of it... (or how to squish the shit out of it without killing it..)?
Thanks for the constant inspiration, in life and music! Morison
My advice would be to play as evenly as possible, on the best equipment you can muster, and then squish the shit out of it.
Soft knee, RMS, 4:1 ratio, attack >25ms, release 50ms.
Go for average 3dB - 6dB gain reduction.
[Holobiont is brilliant by the way.]
Ott--Wow! The band was marvellous in Seattle last weekend. Please please please please come back again
I was wondering if Chris, you, and the rest of the All Seeing I ever perform any of the Umberloid works? 'Exit Chapel Perilous' live would be mind blowing
Also, what was up with the sound quality? I couldn't really understand you when you came on the microphone :\
Did you carve out the percussion in the 'Harwell Dekatron" singing vocal sample or did you make it work within the song somehow? It is like it was never there in your version..you are a damn good producer sir.Ott responded on 11/02/2016