Hello, all. Long time, no post. Long time, no need. However, I finally have 'cracked' into the industry and am co-producing a band. However, I'm having trouble with one significant thing. When I mix down a song using the AKG K66 Headphones, I can get the bass guitar to sound great. When I bounce down the session and burn it to an audio CD, it sounds great in the car with the decent speakers. However, if I put the disk on a cheapie set of speakers, such as generic headphones, a laptop, or tiny computer speakers, it is as if the bass hasn't been overdubbed at all-- there's absolutly no bass. I even tried to 'eq' it via iTunes's built in EQ, and I couldn't get the bass to be audible. However, if I plug the K66's into the laptop, there's the mix I put to disk-- the same one I hear in the car. This is getting me frustrated, and the band has twice remarked about it-- I'm getting worried about keeping the only industry work I've been able to obtain. EDIT: I'm using their Pro Tools 002 LE system recording the bass directly in off of a D.I. that is coming out of the stage amp. Since they record at once and have all eight inputs covered, I only have the D.I. track. I'm thinking that he may have an EQ on the amp, and has rolled off everything above 80Hz. If there is nothing else this could be, I don't know how to broach that subject.