How to achieve 'boom' sound with stomp box through B1 bass module with T4S mixer
Good evening all,
I am hoping for a little bit of help with my live sound setup.
I currently use the L1 Model 1S with B1 bass module, along with a T4S mixer for my live performance.
I use vocals (SM58), acoustic guitar (Gibson J-45), and a stomp box/drum pedal (Logjam Logarhythm).
I am trying to achieve a very 'subby', low frequency 'boom' sound out of the Logjam, but just seem to be having difficulty in mixing to achieve. My understanding is that the low end of the frequency response of the B1 is 40hz, which I believe should give me the sound that I am after. (If you are familiar, Gerry Cinnamon has the bass sound I am trying to emulate).
Does anybody know the best setting to use on the T4S mixer? Do I need to update it? (only recently purchased and haven't done any update on it at all). Should I be changing anything in zEQ?
Bit of a noob to sound tech - any help would be much appreciated.
I also like the bass to be slightly louder than the guitar and vocals - so that it really stands out when I use it during, for example, a chorus in an upbeat song. Whenever I try to achieve this I seem to get unmanageable feedback which has resorted to me not being able to use the system how I would ideally like to - I invested the system purely because I thought it would perfectly suit what I was trying to achieve.
Thank you in advance for any help or advice you can offer!