Here's one for the more experienced engineers and home studio veterans: tell me if there's anything wrong in how I'm EQing my bass parts. So, I use an e906 (in neutral, which is really just an e609) to mic the bass cab. (I EQ the bass amp with the lows and low mids turned down to where they aren't boomy.) Then, once it's recorded, I boost the crap out of about 125 Hz (about 8-10 db's) (the highest frequency I can go without getting that fuzzy and warbly sound), and put a low filter below 125 Hz. I've found that this doesn't get boomy, yet it boosts the "juicyness" of the bass without killing the brightness. I've tried a lot different EQ's, and this is my favorite. Btw, I don't like the sound of recording direct: not ampy enough. So, what do you guys think? Oh, and I use an analog compressor/limiter, so the EQing is post compression/limiting.