Intro to Bass Tone
Welcome back, this is day 7 of my little recording bootcamp, with Monuments, and today we're going to be discussing bass tone, and tracking. Which is my favorite part of the process. There's a bunch of different factors involved with bass tone that we are going to go into, for instance, little things, that make a big difference. Like, the kind of pick. We're going to be choosing between two different basses that the Monuments guys will go into. We have seven different input channels, ranging from high, to DI, to microphones, we're using outboard compressors as well. And all kinds of stuff. It's a pretty complicated set-up. And it's sounding pretty great. And remember, the name of the game is to give us options, because like we'll keep going over, bass tone is maybe the hardest part to get, and the most important part of the mix. And you want to give yourself options. Because this is what will take you the longest to master.
Recording Metal with Eyal Levi: A Bootcamp will give you access to one of metal’s most in-demand producers and educators. You’ll also get to watch the talented and seasoned performers of Monuments show you how to record flawless takes and how to prepare to enter the studio.
Recording Metal with Eyal Levi: A Bootcamp is the definitive guide to recording and producing metal. From soup to nuts, start to finish, A to Z, you will learn everything you need to know about recording and producing a metal song.
Eyal Levi will take you inside the studio with Monuments as they record a song from scratch at Clear Lake Recording in Los Angeles. In this bootcamp you will learn how to:
- Prepare for a session in preproduction by choosing tempos and organizing the session
- Record flawless drums from selection and reheading/tuning to mic choice and placement to editing
- Record rhythm guitars
- Record clean and lead guitars
- Record bass guitar
- Record, edit and tune lead vocals, harmonies, and screams
- Mix and master from session setup to final bounce
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