I have been going crazy recently with choosing my audition piece for Berklee. A little introduction about my musical interests... I am a jazz upright/electric bassist, and have performed in several jazz groups (including combos, and my high school's jazz band). I know berklee is a jazz school, so this is my main reason behind auditioning to get in there. I am more concerned with my prepared piece as I can do all of the styles mentioned (I can walk, do a 2 feel, a samba/bossa are easy because my high school band loves latin charts, the funk should be no problem at all because I have a lot practice with that, and the rock is the easiest of all), and my sight reading is pretty good (i can sight read 90% of charts that range from hard, to a simple swing tune, and I have experience as a classical bassist and bass clarinetist so reading music is a joke for me at this point) I have had a couple ideas regarding songs, they include : - Orinthology (3 choruses, head, walking a bass line, and soloing) - What's Going On by Marvin Gaye - Mother Man by Atheist/YYZ by rush (I have had these learned and perfect because my band used to cover them a lot, and I thought mother man would be cool because Athiest has a lot of jazz fusion elements and latin stuff too, and it showcases my electric bass chops) - I was thinking of maybe a short rendition of footprints (the one off of miles smiles because it's just such a cool idea for a chart, especially with that afrocubanish bass). I will be auditioning for electric bass as my principal instrument. Any help would be recommended. P.S. I decided to stay away from Jaco and wooten not because I can't play it, but it's just so overdone, and they probably heard 95 million versions of amazing grace or teen town already that day so I wanted to stand out.