The Groove Factory, Part Two

July 2013
Bass Player;Jul2013, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p62
The article offers helpful information for bass players when it comes to playing groovy bass lines. It notes that phrases such as grooving hard and heavy groove contradict the fact that playing rhythmically compelling bass lines requires the technical command of subtle articulations. It highlights the correlation between notes abs rests as well as the combination of long notes and short notes.


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