I have been starving for music lately and looking for any avenue to play. I listen to a lot of stuff but like stuff that I find to be really emotionally intense - Opeth, Explosions In The Sky, Avenged Sevenfold, Katatonia, John Butler trio. I am a fan of "music" without genre and most of it happens to be heavy. Anyways, I replied to a Craigslist ad for an alternative rock/pop band. They cite influences like Radiohead, A Perfect Circle, Tears for Fears, Coldplay, Sting, John Denver etc. With the goal of becoming a digestable band, getting gigs, making a career, and maybe getting signed (we'll see what happens while I have the shot). The kicker is that they want me to audition on Monday the 13th. They want me to come in, hear a song they're working on (with music I'm not familiar with and people whose musical styles I don't know) and write a new bass part. No covers, no jams. Just judged on that bass part. I know my chordal and scalar theory, I've been practicing by writing my own music for all instruments, I'm a solid player. I feel like I am as well prepared as I can be, but for some reason this kind of audition freaks me out. I know professionals have to come in and do this stuff all the time, and I'll have to do it with the band, but it's still a little scary. Is there any advice TB has?