10 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Musicianship

Some of the Knowledge I have acquired on my road to being a better bass player!Noted Mentors on my Bass Journey:Scott Devinehttps://scottsbasslessons.comAdam Neelyhttp://www.adamneely.comMichael Leaguehttps://www.instagram.com/michaelleagueplaysmusic/Danny Mo Morrishttp://momethod.com/Ariane Caphttps://arisbassblog.com/Steve Lawsonhttps://www.stevelawson.net/Todd Johnsonhttp://www.toddjohnsonmusic.com/Damian Erskinehttps://damianerskine.com/Philip Mannhttps://www.withbassinmind.com/Ian Martin Allisonhttps://www.instagram.com/ianmartinallison/?hl=enGary Willishttps://www.instagram.com/1garywillis/

Notation Part 2: Articulations

I quickly glazed over this handout, since much of this is based on the content in the previous handout, Musical Notation and Reading. I will be actively filming the exercises where I will be talking about how to achieve these articulations in your playing.

Education is a Tangible Game

One could ask why, in this field of professional musicians who have long distinguished recording and live careers, am I offering education? The answer to this is two fold really: Primarily, I belong to the school of thought that if you know, you should share. There are many ways one can approach education in anyContinue reading “Education is a Tangible Game”