Post Number: 4052
|Posted on Monday, June 02, 2014 - 5:35 pm: |
Just to let you guys know that lately I've been laying down some bass for Musical Youth's forthcoming album. So far I've done three tracks and today I was recording the vocals for some tracks at home which was good fun and a superb way to spend an evening. The lead singer Dennis Seaton was voicing the tracks and he has a really good voice although I don't actually tell him that. :-)
I have used both my series basses for the project and recorded in stereo so each bass part has one neck and one bridge recorded on a separate track. As well as that I have recorded two different bass lines for each record and recorded each bass line using both basses.
I know that sounds confusing but It means for each record I sent back to the producer there is 4 sets of stereo bass lines for him to choose from. I recorded them all with the filters wide open and no Q on at all. After recording I inserted a LP filter on the channel to check what the bass could sound like and it sounds like it will be ok but it will depend on how the tracks are mixed. One of the tracks the producer told me the bass was a bit twangy and he decided to re-amp that particular track but that's all.
At the end of the session today I was given another track to replace the bass line put down a while back by another bass player.
If I get a say in the credits I will write that all my bass parts were recorded on Alembic Series I and II basses (without instant Flanger). That last bit will only mean something to you if you have the Romantic Warrior album by Return to Forever.
I'll let you know as soon as something is released.