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Bass Guitar Part 2
Comparing the sound of each of three different mics aimed at a cab, with demo of EV mics with Variable-D.
By Michael Schulze and Lorenz Rychner
These three mics are used on the bass cabinet: Audix D6, Electro-Voice RE20, Electro-Voice RE320. Demonstration of the effect of Electro-Voice's Variable-D that negates proximity effect.
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Bass Guitar Part 2
Comparing the sound of each of three different mics aimed at a cab, with demo of EV mics with Variable-D.
Michael Schulze and Lorenz Rychner
These three mics are used on the bass cabinet: Audix D6, Electro-Voice RE20, Electro-Voice RE320. Demonstration of the effect of Electro-Voice's Variable-D that negates proximity effect.
Bass Guitar Part 1
Comparing the sound of each of three mics aimed at a cab from various distances and angles.
Michael Schulze and Lorenz Rychner
Begins with the use of a single mic on the bass cabinet, exploring miking distance, mic location, and proximity effect. Tonal characteristics are demonstrated for the following mics: Sennheiser MD421, Shure Beta 52A, Shure SM57LC.
Bass Guitar Part 3
DI boxes (active and passive), time-shifting tracks for time-alignment of blended tracks.
Michael Schulze and Lorenz Rychner
Demonstrates the use of active and passive DI (Direct-Input) boxes, dbx DB12 and Radial ProDI, and explains time-alignment of tracks to regain tonal quality when signals are mixed together.
Bass Guitar Part 4
Blending and time-aligning mic combinations. DI signals, reamping with a vintage 1969 Ampeg B15 Portaflex amp.
Michael Schulze and Lorenz Rychner
Presents different tonal combinations from blending mics: Audix D6, Sennheiser e604, Electro-Voice RE320, with time alignment as shown in Part 3. Also introduced into the mix: Signals from DI boxes. Demonstrates reamping techniques, with a vintage 1969 Ampeg B15 Portaflex amp and a Radial ProRMP Studio Reamper box.

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