I’m starting to get more serious about using bass guitar in my recordings. One thing I’ve noticed is that in addition to the notes which are mostly low and low mods content there is a lot of treble content. Fret buzz when lifting fingers after a note and string squeak are often are out of rhythm with the notes. They almost make their own rhythms. I feel like if I could harness them and get good at making them funky as well it would sound amazing. On the other hand maybe just turn down the highs and let other elements in the track mask them? I notice that really great players on YouTube don’t seem to have this problem of extra sounds taking away from the main groove. they are able to have a nice present bass tone without all the buzzes and scratches making their own rhythms. Is this something that bassists have to learn master? Is it a matter of moving in time and more quickly while muting unwanted sounds? Or is it just an eq thing?