Bass Guitar Tracks Online, Over The Internet Bass TracksPosted: April 10, 2014 Filed under: Now Tracking, Studio Services, Tracks Online | Tags: Ampeg SVT, Bass Guitar Tracks Online, Bass guitar tracks over the Internet, ender Precision Bass, Steve Whitaker Leave a comment
Bass guitar tracks online is our service that permits a person producing their own project at home or in a local studio to add a pro played bass guitar track to their production. Yes, it’s worth it, yes, it makes a big difference.
An order just in for our Bass Tracks Online service from Steve Whitaker who is having Nashville Trax record the first bass guitar track for a rock album cut. He’d already ordered the same track part from another service but was not happy with it, even after a modification.
Part of the problem was the playing itself, part was the track was “bottoming out” badly on the low notes. If we can make him happy, we’re in for all the bass tracks on the project.
Steve Whitaker 🙂
After receiving the two files (one with the bass track through an Ampeg SVT, the amplifier he requested be used, and one bass track of the same part except direct line, he asked for one note to be changed in the pre-chorus section. A one note fix and he’s ready to proceed with finishing his song only now he has a fantastic sounding bass guitar track as the foundation.
Then this, after the fix: ”
Great! Thank you for getting it did. 🙂
Should have a couple more songs ready for you soon.”
Update #2: This after the bass guitar track for a second song was completed over the Internet:
Track sounds great!! Thanks again. I’m on vacation for a month after this week and will be sending you as many as I can as fast as I can 🙂
Update 3 5-14-14: We have now almost completed ten bass guitar tracks, almost finished with Steve’s entire album!
“Got the bass tracks this morning and imported into PT.
They sound great, as always!!!”
Need professional sounding bass guitar tracks for an album over the Internet played by a professional session bass player? We do that! It’s this easy!.
The final product, Steve Whitaker’s album Edge of Oblivion, featuring Nashville Trax bass guitar parts on all songs, has been released!