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How To Play A Bass

By Eric Lahm

If you have a hard time in setting up a bass in your music then this will help you set up music with bass in a most convenient way. Shorter notes sound better than the long ones if a bass part of the audio is “pitched”. Some parts of the bass can be very attention grabbing especially if the rhythm is extremely fast. Leave some space in the bass part of the song. Here are the 3 basic tips when paying bass.

Shorter notes sound better than the long ones if a bass part of the audio is “pitched”. Edit some notes taken from other parts of the song to fit them into a totally different phrase. The melody is still familiar but with a different cut because it was inserted on a different line.

Some parts of the bass can be very attention grabbing especially if the rhythm is extremely fast. Avoid making bass melodies that can cause difficulties when playing and playing will not be as enjoyable. The trick is keeping the frets static until the melody changes. Like playing drums, bass can be recurring as well, so manage to break lines and chords for some variety. It is not bad to go back to the first simple bass chords just to avoid having a “wreck” with the sound at the end.

Leave some space in the bass part of the song. Notice that famous bass players put emphasis on holes when they try to emphasize a feeling of pressure into the sound. It leaves the listener’s ear hanging in anticipation and then satisfying them just a few beats later. Sounds with more bass melodies are best heard when the notes are kept higher. The best advice is to listen to the edited bass chords and be decisive on the good and/or the bad timing.

Bass playing is one of the most enjoyable things to play with music. By using shorter note, avoiding making bass melodies that can cause difficulties and leaving some space in the bass part of song. You must be able to play a music that reflects your souls as long as you use your instrument correctly.

As a writer, sometimes the best past time would be listening to music for relaxation. Engaging into music like playing guitar is one of the relaxing past time one could ever learn.

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