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recording bass tracks at a studio

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by zeppfan90, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. zeppfan90

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    Does this seem like it would be a good idea? If you have your own bass parts written and completed. Find a GOOD drummer and just record your own bass riffs/ideas as kind of a demo to meet other musicians?
  2. TrevorOfDoom

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    No need for a studio. GarageBand will make decent demos, or if you really want professional quality, use what the pros do: ProTools and a decent interface.
    Snag some free drum loops online and jam to those.

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