It's been awhile since I've been on TB, but I feel like I've got a few questions that need to be asked here. I've been playing bass in a band for awhile now, and I've just recently begun to take on the role of playing synth as well. I don't want to put down the bass and play "bass synth," but I also don't want to take my hands off the keys. I know that we should just get another member, but for now I've created some horrible kind of technique. Basically I'm playing my synth riffs with my left hand and playing one-handed tapping bass lines with my right (usually at the upper register of my bass (luckily it has 24 frets )). Anyways, I'm basically hammering on and pulling off to open strings on the bass. I wanted to know if there is actually a one-handed tapping technique I should work on, or a way to alter my basslines, while still being able to play synth. For now I want to multi-task and see how synth/bass work out, rather than looping the synth or bass. Also, I wanted to figure out how to get the right tones for tapping out of my bass. Right now the sound is just really poor and almost "choppy," with quite a bit of fret buzz. I'm using an Ibanez EDB600 bass with flatwounds (probably not the best for tapping). Any help is appreciated! Thanks!