I read through the entire “Ask the Berklee Bass Department” thread and was inspired to develop a more disciplined practice schedule, but I’m not sure it’s working out for me. My typical practice routine has been to do some left hand / right hand technical exercises, practice a couple of two octave scales, and then run through a few tunes in my repertoire. But I really want to become a more well-rounded musician because I completely adore everything about this instrument, but I feel like my practicing is stagnating. I really admire the deep knowledge of those Berklee guys. I was intrigued by the emphasis they place on ear training, reading, and transcription, so I thought I’d try to add that to my practice time, but I find I just don’t have the time to do everything justice. I wish I could practice 8 hours a day, but 30-60 minutes is more my reality. I’m just wondering how folks who have limited practice time manage to organize their practicing in a way that enables them to keep up with so many aspects of their musicianship?