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Great sounding recorded DI for match EQ template

Discussion in 'Backline' started by mickrich, Jun 12, 2014.

  1. sander

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    Post the template without the chugs. Everybody has different palm muting technique so it's quite hard to match eq it.
     
  2. Nuno Filipe

    Nuno Filipe You talkin' to me?

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    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1457645/Jazz%20Bass.MP3

    I think this is a squier jazz bass not a fender. I am not sure, not my DI´s
     
  3. guy in latvia

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    ^thanks! I'll post results once I get the time to try it out.
     
  4. LeSedna

    LeSedna Mat or Mateo

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    Just a quick question : are your strings new ? The difference is dramatic for basses
     
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    Maybe someone can make some impulse with the EQ curve?:yow:
     
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    Wow this sounds like something I really need to try. Is there any freeware to do this? Or with reaper? I use a 300 dollar ibanez for my guitar work and I'd like to try to improve the sound of it with this eq matching.

    I also pitch shift it to make a bass sound. I know my process isn't good but I love to make music.
    I am a noob so yeah this might sound like a dumb question. It seems like complicated stuff so I don't see their being freeware for it.
     
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    I have thought of this before but never got to actually trying this.
    Going to give this a shot tonight :loco:
     
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    Interesting thread ill check out the clips and read when i get home. I did that once to a guitar i was supposed to reamp that didnt sound quite right. After doing that for some reason i stopped although tht might still br the next best thing when the DI doesnt sound right.

    Question:
    I have had some DIs that didnt reamp well not because of the guitar but the playing wasnt aggressive enough and i just couldnt fix it. Do you think that in a situation like that this could help since the way u play affects the freq response? Or is it more a question of dynamics? Mm.. What about eq match and a tiny bit of comp? I dont think this is recommended and id like to avoid that but i am not sure what to do when i have DIs like that
     
  11. mickrich

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    I have had good success putting a transient designer on a DI that needed more attack.
     
  12. Trevoire520

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    That won't work. You'd need to match it to YOUR guitar DI.
     

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