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Post Recording a bass track
Long-time browser, first time contributor...
This is me recording a bass track on a new project:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mB38yCU6D0

I'm sure it's obvious that I study at the House of Levin....
More information here:

http://www.spacefold.com/colin/ps/blog/post/2017/12/30/Practice-til-your-hands-hurt


Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:03 am
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Love the groove. Great first post.

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Yes! This was fun to listen to. It's a Stickup, right? The pickup is just out of the picture, but that sound is so fine. I also enjoyed checking out your blog, a good read on the recording process - something I am need of. Cheers.

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Way cool and rocking! Awesome!

Oh, and welcome sir, to the forum and your first post!

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Post Re: Recording a bass track
earthgene wrote:
It's a Stickup, right? The pickup is just out of the picture, but that sound is so fine.


The pickup is passive and is whatever they were putting on standard Sticks back in '91 or thereabouts.

Thanks for the nice words!


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Yeah, that’s a really nice groove you’re layin’ down there! More, please!

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