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6/10/15

Studio Bass Masters - Book Review

If you have ever wondered how the pro's get their sound you should consider reading Studio Bass Masters by Keith Rosier. Although published "way back" in 1999, it still has a ton of relevant information on how to improve your bass sound when recording. It's a short read with only 115 pages and a CD is included if you purchase a new copy. Also, it sells for under $20.00 at Amazon.com.

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SO WHAT'S IN IT?

1. Years of professional playing experience explained in simple terms
2. Learn what gear the pros are actually using
3. Professional advice on session playing, instrument set-up and quality signal chains

WHO'S IT FOR?

1. Studio and live players looking to improve their tone
2. Home recording enthusiasts looking to improve their bass sound
3. Upright players looking for advice on setup and pickups

WHY SHOULD I CARE?

1. This is advice straight from the pro's
2. It might inspire some creative ideas
3. It's a good reference for bass guitar models that the professionals trust

WHAT CAN I EXPECT?

1. Sound advice from professionals who make a living playing bass guitar
2. Different "opinions" regarding instrument set-up and technique
3. Lot's of discussion about preamps, DI's, compressors and tube gear

So, if you are looking to improve the sound of your recorded bass guitar you may want
to consider reading Studio Bass Masters by Keith Rosier.

Thanks for reading,
Trenton

6/1/15

Lexicon 50% Off Plug-ins Limited Time Offer - valid June 01, 2015 - June 30, 2015

For a limited time, get 50% off the standard price of any Lexicon Plug-in (Digital download only). This promotion runs from June 1st, 2015 through June 30th, 2015.
 
http://lexiconpro.com/en-US

To purchase a Lexicon Plug-in and take advantage of this offer, simply visit the Lexicon store webpage: http://store.lexiconpro.com/browse_express.aspx .

If you are a new customer, you will need to register to process your order.
See Terms and Conditions for more information.

Thanks for reading,
Trenton