best way to split instrument signal to 2 sources?

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by driches, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. driches

    driches Member

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    Not sure the right way to say this, but if I want to record a bass track and both mic a cabinet and send a DI signal, what is the best way to get the single bass into both the amp and the DI?

    thanks!
     
  2. TAVD

    TAVD Guitar Player Gold Supporting Member

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    Pretty much all DI's have a parallel out to send the bass signal into the amp.
     
  3. driches

    driches Member

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    cool...do you know if the sansamp bass driver has that?
     
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    FlyingVBlues Gold Supporting Member

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    Yes, it does.

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    TAVD Guitar Player Gold Supporting Member

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    "For studio and live applications, SansAmp Bass Driver DI is engineered with three outputs: an effected XLR, and effected 1/4", and a parallel, uneffected 1/4". The footswitch activates the Tube Amplifier Emulation circuitry. Disengaging the circuitry enables you to use SansAmp Bass Driver DI as a standard active transparent direct box. "
     
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