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Bass Contour Rule 

 

 

Bass Contour Rule

 

Learn how to write better bass lines by creating melodic contours with 3rds and non-harmonic notes. But first… Tea!

 

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Wrong Notes for Better Bass Lines 

 

 

Wrong Notes for Better Bass Lines

 

In this lesson you'll learn how to spice up your bass using non-diatonic notes (AKA chromatic notes). But first… Tea!

 

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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!

 

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Harmonic Rhythm for Better Bass Lines 

 

 

Harmonic Rhythm for Better Bass

 

Learn how to write better bass lines by improving your harmonic rhythm!

 

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4-Step Hack for Dark Bass Lines 

 

 

4-Step Hack for Dark Bass Lines

 

In this lesson you’ll learn a simple 4-step hack for writing dark and dissonant bass lines. We invite you to work along with us through the following steps, so by the end of this…

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5-Second Intro Rule 

 

 

5-Second Intro Rule

 

Learn how to use our 5-Second Intro Rule to instantly capture the attention of your listeners, so your songs don’t get skipped. But first... Tea!

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80/20 Bass Rule 

 

80/20 Rule for Better Bass Lines

 

In this tutorial, you'll learn the secret 80/20 bass rule that will forever change the way you write bass lines. But first… Tea!

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Get Your Music Discovered 

3 music theory hacks to make your music stand out, so you can get discovered!

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2 Hacks for EPIC Bass Lines 

Learn how to write a bass line for an epic chorus, by using a music theory hack from Leprous “Alleviate” (off their new album “Pitfalls”).

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American Horror Story "1984" Bass Line (Music Theory) 

With Halloween around the corner, horror movies and TV shows are flooding Netflix. So, it’s the perfect time to learn how to write spooky and scary soundtrack music like the creepy new American Horror Story 1984 theme song. 

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How to Turn an Idea into a Section 

Do you have an idea for a song, but you don’t know where to go next? Then learn how to write a song like a pro, with this new workflow series.

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TOOL Polymeters • Fear Inoculum (Drums & Bass) 

Instead of watching reaction videos, why not learn a music theory hack from the new TOOL song, and how to use it to write odd time signature bass lines and drum beats! Subtitles/CC available.

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Ed Sheeran Goes Djent 

What does Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber’s song “I Don’t Care” have in common with the metal subgenre Djent? The answer is shocking and eye-opening, so click play to find out now! Subtitles/CC available.

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Radiohead's Thom Yorke “ANIMA” Music Theory 

Learn how to write a bass line, using a music theory hack from Thom Yorke (Radiohead) “Traffic” off his new album “ANIMA”. Subtitles/CC available.

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Wu-Tang Clan “Of Mics and Men” Music Theory 

Learn how to write a bass line using a music theory hack from Wu-Tang Clan “Seen a Lot of Things” (from “Of Mics and Men” EP).

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Take Your Bass Lines to Their Full Potential

Learn how to write a bass line and take it to its full potential, by perfectly balancing repetition and variation.

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4 Essentials to Enliven Your Bass Lines 

No matter what genre you make music in, you can easily funk up your bass lines, which will get people moving to your music. So in this video, you’ll learn how to apply four essential funk elements to your…

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Use These Notes to Make Grime Bass Lines 

When you want a heavy bass line, do you find yourself clicking through your sounds trying to find something that makes your bass heavy? Well, sounds don’t make bass lines heavy, the notes do. So in this video, you’ll…

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Wanna Bass with the Big Beat Boys? 

There’s many genres that are all about bass and drums, and many of those genres often don’t even use chords. But, chords are essential in creating musical depth, so in this video you’ll learn a game-changing bass hack that…

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The Best One-Note Bass Line of 2018 

Sometimes a section in your song will want a simple bass line, in fact, sometimes it’ll want nothing more than one note. But, almost all one-note bass lines sound like they were made by a complete beginner. So, how

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Magic Hack for Better Bass Lines 

A great bass line is not only the music’s foundation, it’s also what gets the party started! But, it takes a very repetitive rhythm to get people moving. So in this video, you’ll learn a magic hack for writing…

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