In the months bass player mag there's an article on editing your bass lines, using software, to make the grooves tighter. I listen to a fair amount of electronic music, so I'm not averse to using technology to make music. I'm definitley not of the opinion that electrionic music isn't 'real music' because it's not played on 'real instruments' or anyting, but I'm not really sure of my opinion on this? On my bands demo, there's one particular track that has a few sporadic bass notes (far too many in my mind) that are horribly out of time. Personally I would rather just re-play and drop-in the corrected bass line than fix it digitally using pro-tools/Cubase or an equivalent? Is it cheating to correct your groove digitally? ..or is it just an efficient use of time, because it would undoubtedly be alot more expensive and time consuming to re-record? Hmmm?