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    Anyone had any luck getting rid of heavy (bassy) reverb in live audience recordings while keeping the bass instruments intact? I can get rid of the real bassy sound from the reverb, but that tends to lose the bass instrument as well. I was wondering if anyone had any tricks about how to do this well. This is with amplified music, so the reverb is very bad at times.

    Dan
    Last edited by Craig Maier; 12-27-2019, 11:08 AM.
    Dan McDonald

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    Re: Bassy Live Recordings

    How about using the expander in Punch and Crunch set so that only the real instrument sounds are expanded - not the reflections. Then use the EQ to reduce the overall bass volume and you might end up with normal bass, but reduced reflections?

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      Re: Bassy Live Recordings

      Try Downward Expander in Dynamics Processor, playing with the threshold and ratio starting with the preset.
      Danny Gilbert

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      • #4
        DCArt10.6 includes a Dynamic Bass Processor (Dyna Bass) that can improve that situation.
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