- Do condition your signal before it hits the desk, especially if it's a digital desk.
- Do NOT use the dynamic section on the 01 for the bass channel.
Do use an analog compressor and limiter before you hit the 01.
Do listen to people like 'me' who:
1) had a Yamaha 01 V
2) who play the bass
3) who track/record the bass
4) who don't [ ****** ] around with a built dynamic section on an 01 - sacrilege !
5) I shall say it again:
The bass guitar is the toughest one to control/manage/get right.
Don't use joker's tools please.
Do not listen to people who are reading too many books and waste their life on forums.
If you want good bass out of an 01v (without pre-conditioning), you cannot be taken seriously I am afraid to say - as harsh as it sound.
The BASS, for God's sake! If you cannot control/condition it before it hits the desk, especially in a Church, with huge celling and associated acoustics discrepancies.
Ok, I had enough
I am sure there are some flute players here who can help you out !
Oh, I forgot to say, you can rescue/fix a bass signal with the right tools.
Now, let me ask this before I go:
1 Does you bass goes through a compressor/limiter?
2 Which one(s)?
-- Fingering the G_string. I play (B)ass Fu(n)k & MIX for the *STARS* http://www.ssradiouk.com/