Join Brent Carpenter for an in-depth discussion in this video Bass world: Getting Geddy Lee's bass sound, part of Live Sound Engineering Techniques: On Tour with Rush.
…On this tour, we are taking four separate lines from Getty Lee's bass world.…Number one, a Sansamp RPM, and this is just a spare.…We take a Palmer speaker simulator, and we're using it twice actually.…We are using one channel of it as a direct box.…Just a regular direct box.…We're using the second channel to come of the back…end of an Orange amplifier which you see right here.…And the fourth…channel we're taking is the Avalon DI, and then this is just a spare.…I take all four of those lines into my console, I…split one of 'em off to do an effect to it.…
Other than that, his sound comes from his ability,…his fingers, and the instrument that he uses every night.…
- Choosing the PA for the venue
- Setting up points, motors and cables, and trusses
- Getting the best use of both analog and digital signal paths
- How Rush gets that Geddy, Alex, and Neil live sound
- Setting up the digital monitor mix console
- Doing the line check and sound check
- Using audience microphones to connect the band to their fans
- Getting even coverage in a large arena
- Working the monitor console and the power of snapshots
- Loading out of the venue
Skill Level Intermediate
Music Studio Setup and Acousticswith Bobby Owsinski1h 20m Intermediate
Music Production Secrets: Larry Crane on Mixingwith Larry Crane1h 51m Intermediate
1. Setting Up the Sound System
2. The Onstage Monitor Mix
3. The Clockwork Angels Stage Tour
4. Front-of-House Sound
5. When the Band Hits the Stage
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