First the disclaimer: I've done a search and haven't come up with much. So please point me to the right direction if there exists. Ok, that out of the way - Over the past months I've been asked very frequently to record bass for a variety of artists and the studio being the magnifying glass it is, I've discovered a big problem with my playing. When the bass line is shown as a wave on the screen, i notice that I am not playing very well in time. Actually, I do not need to see the wave on the screen itself as I can hear in on the playback. I hear that I am not playing bang on with the bass drum for instance. Now that my attention has been drawn to it, I can here that my playing is 'sloppy' time wise. Please note that my timing isn't that bad that it is audible to anyone else who is not hearing with a really critical ear. But the mere difference in sound produced when a note is played where it actually should be played (time wise) makes me want to achieve as good time as possible. The recording engineer assures me that my timing isn't that bad but obviously this irks me, particularly when the session guitarist walks in and plays all his riffs in very good time. Ok, now for the question. What is the best way I should go about to improve my timing. All comments will be greatly appretiated.