I'm delving into mixing some multitrack live recordings of my rock band. I'm micing a Bergantino 12" cabinet with a Beta 52A, and taking a direct off the bass player's 5-string Modulus bass. How do you pros manage to get that deep, solid bass tone that you hear at a live concert, or on a good studio recording? EQ? Compression? It's proving elusive to me. I'm not just talking about in the context of the mix; I am getting good results with some careful high pass filtering of the kick drums, organ and other instruments in the low frequencies as far as getting the bass to sit well in the mix. But it's that deep, resonating tone I'm having difficulty finding. I was at a country music show and the whole band was just sitting right on the bass player's low end, and he was just using a Fender Precision into an Ampeg head with no cabinets onstage at all (in ears). It wasn't a particularly articulate tone, I didn't hear a lot of his fingers or attack, just that solid sound that filled the venue in those registers. I am using Logic Studio on a Mac, btw.