Благодаря . Много материал има по въпроса. Но в общи линии дават региони от честоти, които отговарят на суб бас, бас, ниски среди, високи среди, високи...
Съответно тези региони може да корелират с понятия като punch/kick, growl, presence, air и всякакви други определиния
Готов кит ще е по-лесен за преработка от правене на semi parametric EQ, но:
- от тези региони тр. накрая да избера някакви конкретни честоти, 10 на брой .
The next octave, say 62 to 125, I would call Lows Proper. This area contains the easily-audible fundamentals of the bulk of your bass notes. You want this area to be solid, but not sticking out too much.
Next, 125hz to 250hz, I call the Oomph octave. Some would call this the lowest mids. This is the fullness of your tone. It's crucial to the feel of your bass sound. If you feel you lack fullness, try boosting here first. And in a boomy room you might need to trim this (and also below this).
250 to 500hz you might call Chest. This is the start of a region that helps articulate the pitch of bass notes. Often you can leave this region alone, but you have to use your ear.
500 to 1000hz (or 1khz): I've heard this called "Gank" cuz it's the beginning of nasalness. It's an important componant of an aggressive sound; but for smoother tones, you may want to cut here.
1khz to 2khz: We're nominally leaving the mids and entering the Lowest Highs. It's still a little nasal, but you need a certain amount for definition. But too much of this and you'll really be competing with the voices and lead instruments.
Back in the day (1960s) bass didn't really extend much past this octave.
2khz to 4khz: This is the start of Real Highs -- clarity, snap, zing, cut. How much you want really depends on musical style.
The couple of audible octaves above 4khz is Air and sparkle. A lot of styles don't even have much of this audible from the bass. You'll want to hear some for most modern styles of slap though.
For slap tone, I'd start by trying hbarcat's very good advice:
cut a few dB in the area of 80 HZ and also at 800 HZ, then boost in the area of 125 HZ and also at 3,000 HZ.
40hz Sub Bass pointless to boost here unless you have serious wattage and cabs to handle it. Not a bad idea to cut.
80hz Bass-boost here when you think you want toost at 40.
120-250- Upper Bass (bass on a guitar!) boost for more motown...cut for more metal.
300-500 Mud. You dont need to cut, not a place to boost.
650-850 Growl. Will vary with bass model/pickup etc. My Magnum is 700hz exact.
900-1100 Gank. Varies depending on fretboard wood, body etc.
2k Snap, definition.
3k Zing, bite. This is the area the ear is most sensitive, so boosting here can make you bass annoying, cutting here can make it undefined.
4k Sizzle. Fret grind. Also classic place for kick drum definition. Try not to step on the kick by relying too hard on this freq.
5k and above, its a BASS guitar. What are you doing up there boy?
So here are the Peavey frequencies:
60 hz Bottom
120 hz Punch
250 hz Body
500 hz Timbre
1,000 hz Clarity
2,000 hz Bright
4,000 hz Presence
8,000 hz Edge
Има и още материал, с акцент на конкретни настройки на честоти на различни музиканти и стилове музика...
При анализиране на тази информация, четене на различни примери, проби с конкретен бас - може да се изкарат някакви конкретни честоти.
Този пост е редактиран от emosms: 15 декември 2016 - 14:52