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What are you guys using to get your bass grit these days?

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by JohnGalloway, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. JohnGalloway

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    I've been using this plugin called Juicy77 ever since I caught someone on here mention it was good for bass grit.

    It's really neat but I want to see what everybody else likes because I'm tired of lack of variety for my dirty bass tones!
     
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    TSE B.O.D. sometimes with TSE X30 before it. Used this combination for the "bass dirt" track on this record (just the teaser is available for online streaming now):
     
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    Amplitube 3 normally with the SVT classic in the Ampeg collection for me.
     
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    AXP SoftAmp GT is pretty nice, but the TSE BOD 2 is probably my go-to plugin.
     
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    ezmix metal gods thordendal bass high gain
     
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    Darkglass Microtubes B7K. It's pretty damn awesome. The first time I fired it up, I wasn't sure if I loved the way the distortion was voiced, but it's PERFECT in a mix with heavy guitars. It glues the guitar and bass tones together with little effort.
     
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    TSE Rat emulation.
     
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    tse 808, tse bod, some random fart-sounding fuzzes, lepou amps. just anything really that gets me somewhere.
     
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    +1!!!!! Did this years back and it's the fucking ULTIMATE filth.

    Other than that, it could be a MYRIAD of distortion/fuzz pedals.

    BOD 2.0 is really fucking cool.

    Want a Darkglass BADLY though!
     
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    I used TSE B.O.D. for a long time and then went to the amp rack in Cubase. Now I just go through Axe fx II.
     
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    Dual Recto mixed with direct also.
     
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    Kemper with Microtubes B7K profiles :)
     
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    Mago Austrian Blech Machine

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    the tears of the Bass players while tracking, mostly.


    (and a bit of whatever amp works into whatever works. Sansamp BDDI, the PT sansamp plugin and Amplitube 3 are my favs)
     
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    Engl Invader, Rat, MXR M80 or my Kemper, depending on what I'm after
     
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    Sloan Sounds like shit!

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    :kickass:
     
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    Boss HM-2 into amp for live/ rehearsal and into Ampeg for recording.
     
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    Damn, I was actually really intrigued by the tones Nolly gets on that bass so I may invest in one. Sounds awesome. :worship:

    Lately, I've been experimenting with multiple distortion pedals/amp sims in the chain and have had some interesting results but I haven't quite found what I'm looking for yet
     
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    Usually a combination of RAT (real or emulation, both sound good), TSE BOD, and cab impulses. Seems to work pretty well for most genres.
     

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