Drum and Fretless AtK bass Jam

Remix step #2 (playing)
Canada

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Ernie440
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atk300 fretless jam with mr. adams

Comments

March 02 2016 21:03:13
LieschingLiesching Very good! Welcome!

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March 02 2016 20:28:34
ivaxivax great bass Pudsy,welcome to Wikiloops

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March 02 2016 18:55:35
johhny2gunjohhny2gun good jam and welcome Pud!
+1 March 02 2016 19:00:41 johhny2gunErnie440
hey, thanks Johhny! :D
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March 02 2016 10:57:53
DickDick welcome to the 'loops! Like me, you seem to appreciate adams "straight off the mic" drums ;) Looking at the waveform in the player, it is quite obvious you mixed a little too loud - too many peaks hitting the the edge there... just one more newbee hint to watch out for... like your bass playing!
+1 March 02 2016 12:41:19 DickErnie440
hey thanks Dick :D Appreciate it. After all these years, I'm still being told to turn down .. LOL!
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March 02 2016 12:51:53 DickDick
that is not so - it's not YOU being too loud, its the mixdowns level :) I'm all good about your balance of bass and drums.
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March 02 2016 12:59:00 DickErnie440
I was being facetious my friend, thanks very much for your tips! :D .. now onto finding something else here to experiment with.
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March 01 2016 17:27:07
Ernie440Ernie440 Simple progression if someone wants to jam over it. It's in E .. goes to A briefly a few times and then up to C-B-A and back to E again. :)

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March 01 2016 16:57:02
jmrukkersjmrukkers Cool! Welcome.
+1 March 01 2016 17:02:31 jmrukkersErnie440
Thanks for the welcome, I'm brand new here! :D
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March 01 2016 17:07:04 jmrukkersjmrukkers
I'm sure you'll enjoy the loops, much fun to be had here. Best to keep your tracks centered, bass in the middle, that makes it easier for others to add.
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March 01 2016 17:14:10 jmrukkersErnie440
Ok, keep that in mind, I'm also new to this usb interface and recording - I just bought it the other day, first attempts .. I see you're well versed in this website. All tips are welcome
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March 01 2016 17:21:13 jmrukkersjmrukkers
The Help section may provide for some useful tips (reachable from the top navigation bar). There is also good material in the Forum.
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March 02 2016 18:54:57 jmrukkersjohhny2gun
hey jm question about what you said below: I WAS recording one bass track loud centred but the mix tended to sound bad often. So instead of cranking up gain at the source..I now record one bass track low and then duplicate it while putting each track left & right. Is that bad for others to use for remixes?
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March 02 2016 22:07:24 jmrukkersjmrukkers
Hi Johhny that should be fine. What also works well for bass tracks that don't fit in well is applying a small bit of reverb to blend them in.
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March 02 2016 22:18:26 jmrukkersjohhny2gun
ty my friend
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