I had a couple of buds I play with regularly come over Saturday to jam some. I had the mics set up on the drum kit so we decided to record the last jam. [SC]https://soundcloud.com/kfowler8/march-2017-jam-v2[/SC] Couple of things I learned: I had an extra speaker running out of the bass cab facing the drummer as a reference. That worked great for jamming but was a nightmare for mixing. It was right beside the drum set so the OH picked up all the bass. I tried a technique with the bass that I really liked. I made a copy of the bass track and then distorted the hell out of it and put a high pass and low pass filter on both ends. I then adjusted it so that it was about 10 dBs lower than the original bass track. You can really hear it at the beginning. It adds kind of a distorted fuzz to the bass. Subtle but I do like it. I used a stereo OH configuration for the drums. I was using the Glyn Johns technique before. I think I may actually like the Glyn Johns better. This is something I want to experiment with. I like the stereo effect of the wider OH but I think the Johns technique sounded better. Let me know what you think.