In this video Dennis Ward explains how to create a Geddy Lee type of bass sounds.
Geddy Lee is a Canadian musician, singer, and songwriter. He is best known as the lead vocalist, bassist, and keyboardist for the Canadian rock group Rush.
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Very useful video. Thanks for sharing. I have a license for Waves InPhase, but stopped using all Waves plugins, so I’ll wait for MAutoAlign to show up in Melda’s Weekly 50% Madness sale.
One little part of Geddy’s sound might be difficult to address with plugins. He mentioned many moons ago that a part of his sound is due to him closing a car door on his right index finger when he was young, and now has a very thick fingernail. He gets a little more “bite” from that.
I am NOT going to slam a car door on my finger and hope it works out that way.
Here’s a photo from the first tour I saw Rush…Fly By Night, around New Year’s Eve at B’ginnings in Schaumburg, a northwest suburb of Chicago. Been a fan ever since. This was shortly after Neal Peart joined Rush.
You can use Melda’s MUtility Plugin to correct phase issues also.
It is part of the freeplugin bundle and is possible to delay the signal using milliseconds or samples!
I highly recommend to give Meldas freeplugin-bundle a try as there are many useful things in there.