When the bass part catches the groove, it’s common knowledge that the whole production achieves a higher level of sonic perfection. You know what I’m talking about, right? Think Steely Dan, Michael Jackson, Dream Theater… It’s when the drums and bass lock in and create a solid foundation to support and propel all the other tracks! But how is that accomplished? What represented as the secret ingredients? Until now, no one has attempted to explain just how that magic is created. Enter MPV’s Eyal Amir (of R&L fame) to take you on a journey to the bottom of the tracks where he demystifies the powerful world of the bass.
Eyal goes deep to teach us the very essence of composing and performing bass lines! In this real-world video documentary, he has assembled an awesome group of talented musicians who demonstrate in actual recording studio situations, how he thinks about, composes and records the bass.
You’ll learn the deep secrets of groove. You’ll see how what you don’t play is almost as important as the notes themselves. You’ll understand the intimate relationship between the bass and the drums and how they dance together to form the structural foundation of any production.
Finally you’ll get musical insights from the very talented and knowledgable Eyal who, in his personal way and with his award-winning smile, generously shares the knowledge he has gained from working with the best musicians in the world. And keep your eyes open for a cameo appearance by keyboardist extraordinaire Jordan Rudess!
Music software and musicians creating electronic music and more, post production is often done by the musicians themselves. Equalization, audio level compression, multi-band audio compression, and limiting. This process somewhat overlaps but should not be mistaken for the term mastering....Software de música y músicos de la creación de música electrónica y más, la post-producción se hace a menudo por los propios músicos. Igualdad, la compresión de audio de nivel, de compresión de audio multi-banda, y la limitación. Este proceso algo se superpone, pero no debe ser confundido con el término mastering ....