A Flexible Bass Recording Rig

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    Getting the best bass guitar tone to tape is a never-ending quest. Hopefully, this blog post will be an inspiration to you.

    Avid Eleven Rack (11R) is a guitar/bass preamp processor that can also function as an audio interface when connected to a computer. In today’s scenario, it will be used as a stand-alone device. It is the first device in the recording chain functioning as a signal multiplier and an amplifier/speaker simulator.

    11R provides two instrument level outputs specifically designed for connecting to the input of a guitar amplifier or any other device with a Hi-Z input. I was able to send the bass signal to my Ampeg BA-115 combo and also to the DI input of my Joemeek Twin Q. Twin Q will provide a warm and leveled (thanks to the optical compressor onboard) clean signal sent to your DAW, which you can use along with a bass amp emulator plugin such as IK Multimedia’s Ampeg SVX or one of the uber-realistic bass amplifier emulations from Plugin Alliance.

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    New Release: FERMENTE – Iste Olsun

    Artist: Fermente
    Single: Iste Olsun

    K.Serdar Ay: Vocals, Acoustic/Electric Gitar
    Savaş Birol: Bass
    Barış Çetin: Drums
    Barış Birol: Arranging
    Gürkan Erken: Electric Guitar
    Recording & Editing: K.Serdar Ay
    Mixing & Mastering: Bora Uslusoy
    Label: bUMA RecordZ

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    Teaching at Berklee

    I have begun teaching at Berklee College of Music this fall as an assistant professor. I am in the Music Production and Engineering (MP&E) department. I teach Critical Listening, Accelerated Pro Tools, Audio and MIDI Systems for Music Production, Mix Techniques 2. Amazing faculty, enthusiastic students, great facilities. I enjoy every moment of it. Here is the link to my faculty bio page.

    Recording at the Record Company

    I recently had the pleasure of recording for Lucas Bun a great singer. Moreover, we had the one and only Larry Watson as the producer, Utar Artun was the arranger and also on the piano. We had two long days at The Record Company – Boston where we tracked 14 songs. The rest of the line up was made up of drums, percussion, electric and acoustic bass, electric guitar, saxophone, trumpet, and harmonica. We used Studio A’s main room and both of the booths at the same time. We recorded live to Pro Tools, only overdubbed the wind instruments. The project is currently at editing process. Get ready for an exciting mixture of  Latin and R&B.