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    Can you please say it in form/language I can understand ? Who is Greg L ? What is fixed ? What do you mean ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ainaudio View Post
    Can you please say it in form/language I can understand ? Who is Greg L ? What is fixed ? What do you mean ?
    You had red bars under your username due to negative reputation comment from long ago. I nixed it so that you don't look like someone was putting you down. It done. Enjoy the new green deal. lol
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    I didn't read the entire post did anyone mention Waves bass rider? works great.
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    Hey spottydog10 was only refering to technique as it might relate to notes being soft or quiet. As for the other, working in a DAW you can copy the track, find the soft notes, and cut everyhting out around them. Then you can work with those notes with vol or eq whatever, separately.

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    I must say, if you have issue with bass guitar notes being quiet or loud, it is the bass itself, the playing, or some really bad monitoring in your space that is lying to you.

    Bass is quite easy to a degree. It should not be so tough to need manipulation/massive compression unless you are recording a distorted track for A kORN record.

    That being said, there are times in a production where there is need for a boost or effect here and there. But not ....


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