If all you’re doing is mirroring the root notes of your chord progression, you’re not using bass lines to their full potential. Can we talk about it?
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Bass is arguably the most important element of a hip-hop beat, so we collect 10 of our all-time favorite modern hip-hop bass lines.
Here are five ways to spice up that same old chord stuff you always find yourself playing and create a progression that sounds new and fresh!
In this post, an excerpt of one of the lessons in Soundfly’s Hip-Hop Production course, we go over two ways to use bass lines in hip-hop beats.
Watch me perform on a new hybrid playable hardware instrument that approaches solving some of my biggest performance issues with digital music.
Bassists don’t always get the credit they deserve. Here are 10 examples of rock bassists eeking out a moment to let their brilliance shine through.
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Big, powerful bass is an important part in most recordings. But it’s also very easy…
Descending melodies and progressions often sound sad, but one of the most resoundingly happy songs ever, Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back” begs to differ.