Bass Performance 101

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Study the music of famous electric and acoustic bass players, and learn to create and perform your own unique bass lines in a variety of different styles.

The bass not only holds the band together rhythmically, but is also a crucial component to the overall sound and direction of the music. In Bass Performance 101, you'll learn to create and perform your own unique bass lines in a variety of different styles. Throughout the course you'll focus on four key areas of performance: time, tonality, timbre, and taste, and learn how to use theory to generate ideas that you can apply directly to your bass lines.

Author: Richard Appleman and Danny Morris

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Study the music of famous electric and acoustic bass players, and learn to create and perform your own unique bass lines in a variety of different styles.

The bass not only holds the band together rhythmically, but is also a crucial component to the overall sound and direction of the music. In Bass Performance 101, you'll learn to create and perform your own unique bass lines in a variety of different styles. Throughout the course you'll focus on four key areas of performance: time, tonality, timbre, and taste, and learn how to use theory to generate ideas that you can apply directly to your bass lines.

Author: Richard Appleman and Danny Morris

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