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Butt Rock Bass Tone

Discussion in 'Merch Stand' started by EnjoiTrent, Jul 18, 2014.

  1. EnjoiTrent

    EnjoiTrent Official Knob Turner

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    Hey guys, I thought I'd share with you my new bass tone that will be going up for sale soon on my store.

    This tone is designed for heavy hitting rock songs that need a driving force behind them. When you purchase this tone, you will receive the "Butt Rock Bass Tone" .l6t file, and a list of of the plugins and respective settings to make this tone sing in your mix. (Sorry I'm not smart enough to export a file and all that so I did it this way lol) [(if someone wants to help me with that I'll love you)]

    This tone requires Line 6 POD Farm 2 with the Metal Shop upgrade as well as
    Waves REQ 2
    Waves CLA-76
    Waves API-560
    Waves L1

    Here's a short demo of the tone in a mix and by itself. Enjoy!
    https://soundcloud.com/glacier-recording-studio/glacier-recording-studio-butt-rock-bass-tone-preview/s-AbCLi
     
  2. Anas3188

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    Sounds interesting!
    Can't wait to get it then !
     
  3. EnjoiTrent

    EnjoiTrent Official Knob Turner

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  4. Nuno Filipe

    Nuno Filipe You talkin' to me?

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    Seriously?:err: Sense? this makes none. Besides the requirement of those plgugins, of course that never would sound the same, cause you know, same pre, same bass, same pickups, e.t.c

    Bass reamps would make much more sense.
     
  5. Line666

    Line666 Fendurr

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    Or you could just, yknow, mix your own shit :lol:
     
  6. Mago

    Mago Austrian Blech Machine

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    hahaha, you just took the preset selling thing to a new level. congrats :lol:
     
  7. Flow Of Time

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    I wonder when people will start selling fully mixed prjoect files...
     
  8. FrankTheSmith

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    Joey's been doing this for a while. People love it.
    His come with the POD file and the effects .trk/.whatever file compatible with a bunch of DAWS, but not all.
    Kind of a weird. All the gain attenuation for the compressors/limiters, ins/outs levels on everything would be different.
    Not to mention all those plugins would total over $1000.
     
  9. Vice//Versa

    Vice//Versa Dude among dudes

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    When I saw this it instantly reminded me of Joey's "Haters Gonna Hate" (coincidences are funny). He's spoken of making a plugin that had a "mix ready" sound (like gain reduction) but I guess using external plugins is an easier alternative.

    People will find access to the plugins, just not the knowledge they need to legitimately improve.
     
  10. Winston Wolf

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    Same.
    I don't think this is coincidence.It's the next thing in selling presets. :heh:
     
  11. EOC

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    give it a year or two.
     
  12. ArthurD

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    Req = 150
    CLA 76 = 400
    API 560 = 200
    L1 = 200
    POD FARM 2 = 299
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    Plugin Cost so far = 1249, to get a "butt bass tone", good luck selling presets buddy.

    BTW, an used Sansamp PSA 1.1 is 300 dollars.
     
  13. Heabow

    Heabow More cowbell!

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    Are there people so unpassionate by music production that they spend money in presets and not in good gears and learning how to mix? I mean, yes presets can be cool for beginners or in some cases as a starting point but it's way more cool and interesting to search by ourselves to learn, use our ears and try to develop a real personality in sound... If mixing is a chore for some guys, I recommand them to do something else (make donuts for example)

    Edit - I'm not spitting on the OP, he's doing his stuff and eveyone is free to buy or not.
     

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