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Guido tum Suden

    Hi Joshua,
    you record it in one take unless you want it to sound like two basses, which you usually won't.
    The amp signal will be slightly delayed and you will get a phasing sound very often, when you play the two tracks together.
    You can switch the polarity on one of the tracks to see if it sounds better or you align both track e.g. by zooming in on the waveform and moving one track until the waveforms align. That can be tricky when the amp signal is distorted.
    You can also put a sample delay (or similar) on the DI track and delay the track while listening to both until you are satisfied with the sound.


    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by Guido tum Suden.