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New Solo Bass Composition: "Finding Our Way"

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by phnord, Dec 17, 2013.


  1. phnord

    phnord

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    Manhasset, NY (near NYC)
    I thought I'd link this here for you all. I'd love feedback if you have any!

    This song is about sighting beauty, reaching for it and failing...
    Overreaching and landing in dissonance, despair, anguish...
    Yet finally finding in that darkness a truth overlooked,
    And following its cadence to beauty.

    Finding Our Way

    I hope you enjoy it :)

    - Andi Buch

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    AndiBuch.com
     
  2. mam1862

    mam1862 Supporting Member

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    Nice playing. Cool little tune. Nice job.
     
  3. BassCliff

    BassCliff

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    So. Cal.
    Hi,

    I liked it! Nice work. Thanks for sharing.



    Thank you for your indulgence,

    BassCliff
     
  4. Bassnoise

    Bassnoise

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    Very cool I enjoyed it thanks
     
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  6. phnord

    phnord

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    Thank you so much guys :)
     
  7. JeffVanter

    JeffVanter

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    Very nice. I like those harmonics. What pickup are you using? Do you have both on full volume?
     
  8. phnord

    phnord

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    Thank you! ^_^

    It's set to an even balance between the two pickups. I think I setup my preamp w/ a bit of a boost on the highs & some on the lows too, leaving the mids set as they were.

    Of course, harmonics are a lot louder on the back pickup - but I like the tone of that bass for most purposes much better with an even blend of the pickups. It has a nice clarity about it, you know?
     

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