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The Beatles did this when they recorded "Paperback Writer." That recording was one of the first to have a big, in-your-face bass sound.
The band members wondered how Wilson Pickett got such a great bass sound on his records. Geoff Emerick, the Beatles' recording engineer, plugged a speaker into a mic input and placed it in front of Paul's bass amp. Presto.