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Riff library

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by thunderkyss, Dec 24, 2013.

  1. thunderkyss

    thunderkyss

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    Do you keep a collection of bass riffs?

    Like if you come up with something cool, do you record it & save it for another day?

    If so, how?
  2. MostlyBass

    MostlyBass Supporting Member

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    I have a couple Moleskine staff paper notebooks that I write things in.
  3. Bassist4Eris

    Bassist4Eris Non Serviam Supporting Member

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    Up until a couple of weeks ago, I was using spiral-bound staff paper notebooks of the el-cheapo variety. Then I picked up one of these, and I have been very pleased so far. I've also used it to record rehearsals and gotten results that are demo-worthy.

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  4. bludog

    bludog Supporting Member

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    I keep it simple. Just use the voice memo on my iphone. Captures the idea in seconds and I can email it to myself from the app. Sound is absolutely good enough for just getting it on record to reference later. I save them in a folder in my email and then I know where to easily find them. A little keywording to help me search and it's a simple, digital library.

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