A complete bass guitar course for absolute beginners with Phil Williams This easy-to-follow tutorial is ideal if you’ve just bought your first bass guitar, or if there’s been a guitar sitting around somewhere just waiting to be played… This DVD will take you from novice level through to intermediate level. Yet it requires no prior knowledge at all: it truly is for someone starting “from scratch”.
Learn how to make your 808′s thump The struggle is over! Learn how to make, mix and generally demystify the elusive 808 low end sounds. At over 5 hours long, the 808 Sub Bass Masterclass explains everything you need to know and understand about 808’s and sub basses.
Learn how to lock into an airtight groove with Berklee professor and versatile bassman Danny Morris. In this Berklee Workshop, Morris gives you techniques to help you anchor your band with solid foundation of bass lines, chord progressions and rhythmic and harmonic variations. Working with and without a drum machine, Morris breaks down the secrets of syncopation, rhythmic displacement, left-hand muting, and more. His practical lessons will help you build your bass vocabulary, play with more variety and character, and keep your grooves in the pocket.
Until now learning how to play the bass guitar has meant a choice between struggling along on your own, expensive private guitar lessons or even attending evening group-classes. Now below is the general jist of how simple to follow this DVD is. In the example below, my girlfiend tried the Guitar DVD, but having checked over the Bass DVD its along very similar.
Discover how to make your own authentic sounds from scratch with one of bass music's most skilled producers SKOPE. Whether you make drum and bass or not, what you discover here will enable you to unleash masterful sound design in your own music. See A Master At Work, Revealing Some Ninja Tricks For Sound Design & Mixing All In One Course!
Whatever style you play, a little slap and pop goes a long way to color up your bass lines and solos. In this Slap Bass course, Stu unravels the ins and outs of this technique focusing on essential thumb skills and the underlying rhythmic and percussive qualities that are so important when employing tap moves.