Welcome, Adam Nitti! :)

Discussion in 'Ask Adam Nitti' started by paul, Aug 24, 2009.

  1. paul

    paul Staff Member Founder Administrator

    Jul 20, 2000
    It's my pleasure to welcome Adam Nitti to TalkBass, and to officially open our newest "Ask a Pro" forum. I'd like to thank Adam for taking the time to make himself available to us! Adam has a great internet presence, and even does streaming lessons via skype. For more info, check his website.

    Here's a short bio that I stole from his website, www.adamnitti.com :bag:

    Adam Nitti is a bassist, producer, composer, and music educator based out of Nashville, TN. He has worked with an extremely diverse collection of artists, including:

    Steven Curtis Chapman
    the Dave Weckl Band
    Susan Tedeschi
    the Jeff Coffin Mu-tet
    Casting Crowns
    Victor Wooten
    Justice League
    Heather Headley
    Savannah Outen
    Josh Bates
    Angie Aparo
    Shane Theriot
    Scott Henderson
    Peter Erskine
    Chris Tomlin
    Jimmy Herring
    Mike Stern
    Kirk Covington
    Wayne Krantz
    Joe Beck
    Deborah Brown
    …and many others…

    His musical experiences have allowed him to become active in the Nashville recording scene, and he has more recently become more involved in producing independent artists on a regular basis. In addition to being a performer, composer, and producer, Adam is also Chief Learning Officer for MusicDojo.com, an interactive online music school. He is also a bass clinician for Aguilar, Essential Sound Products, and D’Addario, and is a staff instructor for both Victor Wooten’s bass & nature camps and Gerald Veasley’s Bass Boot Camps. Adam is also a columnist for Bass Player magazine and Bass Musician Magazine, is an adjunct faculty member of Lagrange College’s school of music, and has done dozens of clinic and performance appearances at such events as Euro Bass Day, Bass Player Live, Bass Day U.K., Bassquake, and many others. He has recently released his 4th solo record, entitled, 'Liminal.'

    Partial Discography:

    Adam Nitti: Liminal, Renaissance Man Records
    Adam Nitti: Evidence, Renaissance Man Records
    Adam Nitti: Balance, Renaissance Man Records
    Adam Nitti & Liquid Blue, Renaissance Man Records

    Heather Headley: Audience Of One, EMI
    Shane Theriot: Dirty Power
    Andy Wood: A Disconcerting Amalgam
    Casting Crowns: Until The Whole World Hears, Reunion Records
    Casting Crowns: Peace On Earth, Reunion Records
    Casting Crowns: The Altar And The Door, Reunion Records
    Casting Crowns: Lifesong, Reunion Records
    Josh Bates: Perfect Day , Reunion Records
    Shane Theriot: The Grease Factor, Shose Records
    Bassics Magazine Compilation CD, 1st quarter, 2002 MI Media
    Randy Hoexter: Radiant, Rhombic Records
    Michael Harris: Sketches from the Thought Chamber, IMF Records
    Angie Aparo: The American, Arista/Melisma Records
    Shane Theriot: Highway 90, Shose Records
    Lee Johnson & the London Symphony Orchestra: Seaside Symphony
    Bassics Magazine Compilation CD, MI Media
    Michael Harris: Identity Crisis, IMF Records
    Bass Talk VII, Hotwire Records
    The SWR Sound, SWR
    Pruett & Davis Group: The Second Time, Rising Star Records
    Angie Aparo: For Stars and Moon
    Theresa Andersson: Shine, Basin Street Records
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  2. bottomzone

    bottomzone Gold Supporting Member

    Oct 21, 2005
    Great!!!!! Adam is one of my favorite bassists and his CD's are amazing!!!!

    Welcome, Adam!!!

    A Groove is a Terrible Thing to Waste! :cool:
  3. rodneyat


    Apr 12, 2007
    Atlanta, GA
    Looking forward to hearing what you have to say Adam...Welcome aboard! :)
  4. Nice! Welcome Aboard Adam!
  5. BillytheBassist


    Aug 18, 2005
  6. Any1 that works with Weckl is good in my book
  7. adamnitti


    Nov 29, 2001
    thanks for the warm welcome, everyone! also, an extra special thanks to paul here at talkbass for allowing me to share and contribute to this fantastic community! i really look forward to corresponding with each of you regarding the bass and beyond and also getting to know each of you a bit better... this will be a lot of fun! :bassist:
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  8. Wow, this is great, I've spoken with Adam on Musicdojo before and his teaching methods are fantastic. Look forward to being apart of what will most certainly be a great forum!

    Thanks for taking part Adam!
  9. This forum just got better.

    Love your old Curbow tone as well!!
  10. ettsn


    Mar 29, 2009
    Atlanta, GA
    Adam! Hey man, long time. Great to see you here! I'll throw you a PM...
  11. Welcome to TB Adam!! A fine addition indeed. :cool:
  12. Yvon


    Nov 2, 2000
    Montreal, Canada
    Welcome Adam!
  13. Oh man...as if I didn't spend enough time on TB already!!! :) Welcome aboard!
  14. john turner

    john turner You don't want to do that. Trust me. Staff Member

    Mar 14, 2000
    atlanta ga
    hey, welcome to talkbass adam. good to see you here :).
  15. Welcome Adam from another Musicdojo learner.
  16. joeya


    Aug 25, 2009
    Longwood, FL
    Adam is a genuinely humble and absolutely inspiring bass player.
  17. jammoore


    Mar 28, 2002
    Raleigh, NC
    Excellent Adam, glad you're here. :)
  18. burk48237

    burk48237 Supporting Member

    Nov 22, 2004
    Oak Park, MI
    Very cool Adam, I caught your show with Tom Bowlus at Summer Namm w/Keith Carlock and your playing at the All Star Guitar Night. Great Stuff. Liminal is getting worn out in my Ipod. Welcome to the TB Community.
  19. iScott


    Jun 13, 2007
    Decatur, GA
    Welcome, Adam! I've really enjoyed all the times I've seen you either at the Bass Gallery or at AIM. Can't wait to read your insights and hopefully grab some helpful tips. Cheers, man!
  20. Eublet


    Jul 28, 2006
    Cool! Welcome, Adam!
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