How to Add Energy to Bass Lines 



How to Add Energy to Bass Lines


In this lesson you'll learn how to write better bass lines, by using 1/16 rests. But first… Tea!


Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory, the fast, easy and fun way to make music! If you’re new to theory, or if you just want a refresher, then read our free book "12 Music Theory Hacks to Learn Scales & Chords". It’ll give you a super solid music theory foundation in just 30 minutes. The free download is below. Enjoy!



Is your bass line currently sounding something like this? (click play above)



That’s sounding pretty good, but it’s still kinda boring because it’s lacking energy. So, here’s an awesome hack that will instantly add energy to your bass lines!



One of the best ways to energise your bass line is totally counterintuitive. You’d think we’d need to add something in order to add energy, but, arguably the best way to add energy is actually to subtract notes. Yep, a couple well-placed rests (especially 1/16 rests) will breathe new life into your bass. And, how easy is it to delete a couple notes!



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