Whether you’re writing basslines for your own tunes or working out parts for songs written by another member of your band, you always have several choices regarding the grooves you end up playing. But what exactly is groove? Does anticipating or holding back on certain notes mean you have good groove? Are you always in control of what you play, or do you just play the way you play? The purpose of this course is to address some of these questions and explore new ways to liven up your groove playing and give your basslines a completely different feel.
In this course you’re going to learn:
How to develop your own sense of groove.
How to provide a better foundation within your bass playing.
How to utilise all the available notes within a 16th note subdivision.