Forgive the terrible quality sound and picture, as I can't find the charger for the camera I usually use, so here is a tolerable quality recording from my Droid cell phone. I have my audition for Berklee College of Music in nearly a week, so needless to say I'm a little nervous! This is by no means the most difficult song out there, but it has some cool false harmonics, bends, and a solid groove. Its also by one of my favorite bassists, Tony Levin off of his album Resonator. I'm playing my Dingwall ABZ5 (an absolutely brilliant instrument) through my Phil Jones Briefcase amp, although with the audio quality of my phone I can guarantee the actual tone won't be displayed too well. Also, I know at the slap section its off in parts as well as the beginning 20 seconds or so. That video is almost a week old and I've spent a long while the past few days fixing that up. Its much more in the pocket, and I've had my teachers and such listen to make sure. Please let me know what you think! The piece: Any advice on the rest of the audition would also be more than appreciated. I've been working on my blues stuff, my reading/playing chord changes, and will begin refreshing my ear for the ear training part of my audition. If anyone has any advice please share! And yes I have used the search function in regards to audition advice, just wondering if any more recent bits of advice may pop out on this thread. Any wisdom on the school/audition/piece/etc is greatly appreciated! *I popped this in the wrong forum once and it only got 7 responses, so I apologize if this seems like a repeat, just have my audition this Sunday and really looking for some wisdom!