The Replicant´s Pizzicato Dance

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HeidiMarie135 jams
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GlezBass1830 jams
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Free improvisation bass line with Envelope Filter bass sound (DuckBass Sound), playing the string with pizzicato technique to this cool bass sound Technical info to interested bassists or loopers: --BASS: Westone Thunder I bass passive Precision Bass type -Set EQ on the bass: passive tone 100% open --AMPLIFIER: AshDown MiBass 220 watt DI-OUT signal + OUT-jack signal with flat EQ. Gain signal: 45 -Effect in the loop in/out amplifier: Korg Pandora Filter Up Envelope Filter --INTERFACE SOUND: FocusRite Scarlett Solo double IN signal stereo (XLR and ...

Comments

francisco al
muito bom esse efeito e muito bom som e progressão de baixo, Mario+1
October 19 2017 09:32:13
francisco al
GlezBass cool effect obrigado francisco +0
Itocpogo
Very cool bass sound and lines! Your variations are so creative! Excellent, Glez!+1
October 14 2017 17:32:26
Itocpogo
GlezBass Thanks Dan, cool bass sound... like your sax sounds +0
slin
wow Mario thats really a cool bass sound very well done...:D;):D+1
October 14 2017 16:24:42
slin
GlezBass Yes , cool sound. Thanks Nils ;) +1
nadrek
Great sound great playing :)+1
October 14 2017 12:12:23
nadrek
GlezBass Yessss, cool sound love it this sound, you can only get pizzicato on the strings on the pickup with this effect, in this track # 101886 you can see the differences of the sound of the same effect with pulsation or pizzicato (red and blue areas) +1
HeidiMarie
GlezBass you did a brilliant job with your additions. Thank you for taking the time to collaborate I really appreciate it. I have added you to my Google Album of Talented Wikiloopers. :):)

https://plus.google.com/u/0/collection/wCabIE
+1
October 14 2017 12:10:10
HeidiMarie
GlezBass It's an honor for me its words and their inclusion in their albums, but the merit is always in who edits the template, the original idea builds the rest ...<3 +0
domiro
wow my friend Mario very original...+1
October 14 2017 12:08:04
domiro
GlezBass I have some jams for the wiki with this sound half way to the Jaco´s pizzicato sound ---> #101886, if you hear it :D +0
apsummerlin
Cool, love it :D+1
October 14 2017 12:04:16
apsummerlin
GlezBass Thanks friend :) +0
WhiteDrum55
Cool sound Mario :) Can you add a wah-wah pedal effect to it too? B)+1
October 14 2017 01:26:26
WhiteDrum55
GlezBass This sound is without wah-wah effect but I could add that effect +1
October 14 2017 01:29:19
WhiteDrum55
WhiteDrum55 It would be fun to hear a funky slap line using it...awesome playing Mario +1
October 14 2017 01:34:31
WhiteDrum55
GlezBass Make a test with your proposition, sometimes the wah wah does not work well with the slap, I will use another bass (Marcus Miller bass) to see that sound dynamics offers me with slap and wah wah +1
Charli56
Very nice Track GlezBass:)
Great regards
+1
October 14 2017 01:26:42
Charli56
GlezBass Thanks Charlie :) +0
pconey
Very interesting sounds, which gives it a jazzy fusion feel. It adds another dimension to the track, but still keeps the future / space atmosphere! great and thanks!:)+1
October 14 2017 01:28:52
pconey
GlezBass Thanks Paul. Love it this sound, it´s not easy to get it for the pizzicato, have to pinch the string well so that it sounds properly :) +1
October 14 2017 01:33:26
pconey
pconey I can imagine its not easy, but I admire the skill needed to do at thing such as this, but also the originality. Its something fresh sounding over a modern sounding track. something different is always good! +0
October 14 2017 01:39:18
pconey
GlezBass If you use the word "duckbass" in the search box you will find tracks with this sound, in this track #23234 can hear the first time it was used in wikiland, there for the year 2014 to the rhythm of flamenco tango :D +1
October 14 2017 01:47:40
pconey
pconey Excellent, I always like to hear of things being done as a first time. Hey, I may not be the "best" player on here, but I'm "trying" to do new things, or something different at least - if it fails at least its worth a try! I think I'm the first person to use asalato on wiki! +1
October 14 2017 01:49:33
pconey
GlezBass what is "asalato" friend? +1
October 14 2017 01:51:44
pconey
pconey African shakers made with gourds, basically two balls in each hand (not a joke!) held together with rope. you swing them in your hand and catch them - so you get a clack sound and a shaker sound at the same time! lots of fun, but not easy to play. look on youtube :) +1
October 14 2017 01:57:36
pconey
GlezBass Wow this is so cool man!! I have these tang tangs that I buy in amsterdam but I do not dominate them, the coolest thing I did was use my brushes in my brass box
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[img]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qti4m-Jm-1I[/img]
+0
October 14 2017 02:02:14
pconey
GlezBass Sound the brushes on my tin box #86941 #89412 :D +0
October 14 2017 02:02:30
pconey
pconey Yeh - Mario this is the sort thing I find fascinating. Something original / unique / quirky / different. It can bring a drum track to life. Ha Ha, guess what - I have the *exact* same pair!!! They were designed by Bart Fermie, his range of "Innovative percussion" watch his vids. I have his "shakerine" too! :) great isn't it!!! +1
October 14 2017 02:05:39
pconey
GlezBass I bought Bart Fermie in person the tang tang in amsterdan, things of life !! ha ha ha :o +1
October 14 2017 02:11:13
pconey
pconey Really??!?!? well would you believe it?!? Very highly regarded percussionist. Well I will eventually use these on some latin and jazz tunes - this was my original aim for coming on here to do some crazy stuff... ha ha ha! :) +1
October 14 2017 02:17:18
pconey
GlezBass Yes, I really bought it on the esplanade of the museums in Amsterdam, where the Van Gogh Museum :D +0

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