Not bass specific, but as a whole. I'v spent some time online trying to find standard and different methods of creating "demo/Final Tracks in the home studio. Currently the idea is to preserve the "live" feel of our music by recording Bass and Guitar together to the metronome, Then the drummer enters and lays down the drums to our tracks. Next, I'll record my bass. Then the guitar tracks and solos are laid down. Sound like alot? I feel that way too. We are doing it this way because drummer had alot of issues with the metronome the last time we recorded final tracks. We we're all playing to the click isolating our instruments. Due to the issues we were having we went about it another way. My concern is that the timing will be thrown out the window because from the drums on we will not be following the metronome. I'd love to here others thoughts about this.... Also, I'd love to hear about other recording techniques used to produce a good track or "outside the box" ideas that are out there.