(This video originally had a runtime of 14:04. The unedited version, which has better audio quality, is available for download here)
If you’ve seen my posts on our Facebook page, you know that this episode was originally uploaded several days ago, and I had to pull it because the bass was super distorted (which is especially unfortunate in a video ABOUT bass). I suspected that I’d recorded far too low and that normalizing the audio was actually wrecking it. I talked with Sean last night and he confirmed this.
Since that kind of problem can’t be repaired, I spent today re-recording all the affected audio from scratch, and I tried to match it to the original video as closely as possible. It’s just a tinge off in some places, but you kinda have to be looking for it to even notice.
Now I know, for the future. I *do* think that overall, the audio in Episode 2 very much improved compared to Episode 1, and I hope to use what I’ve learned going forward!
This time around, it’s all about that bass! In Episode 2 of Inside the Triple Llama, we look at recording bass guitar, hobbit around with effects, add the bass track for one of the two songs I’m working on for this month, and observe a ridiculous intro that I had far too much fun making.
Songs in this video:
Grab your favorite pair of Geddy Lee glasses and pull up a chair!