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Discussion in 'Bass Guitar Discussion' started by IdentityDevice, Oct 24, 2017.
Got a Mesa Subway if anyone is wanting to check it out or thinking about getting it or whatever
Not too shabby, the eq seems to be pretty usable and gives out a lot of room to tweak. Would have been nice if you've cranked the input/gain, I always like to hear the hair on these boxes (because that is what defines the usability for me).
Thanks for the vid.
Thanks for checking it out man. I wanted to do that but the volume difference would probably blow someones speakers and then they'd hate or sue me or something hahaha I'm did a video on the Alpha Omicron today and will probably redo it tomorrow because I just wasn't happy with it but i'm wondering now if I should set the level or move it around as you suggested. hmmmm. What do you think? I did move it around today but it's crazy differences in volume and I had to go in and automate the volume in spots that got insane loud. I want it to be an honest and accurate representation but I just don't want it to be painful or a pain in the a** to listen to/watch.
Hmmm.. If the overall volume goes bonkers while you crank the input (and not move the Master), then I think it's designed to be like a pre / post gain setup, and not a pure gain vs. master volume. The idea might be that it simulates an older tube amp (preamp tubes, power amp tubes) in that sense that to get a better sound you have to crank it. Is there any level adjuster for the DI?
No just a level knob. Level, blend, Alpha/Omega, and drive knobs.
You know what man I think I might be mistaken. On the Alpha I think the level actually just acts as a volume. Getting a better idea after listening closer in headphones. So I should be good to just leave the level alone.
Interesting device, never even heard of it