De originele backingtrack van Michael Jackson's Get On the Floor - met JR Robinson, Louis Johnson en Greg Phillinganes.

Grooven maar! En dan zonder de vocals van Michael - en al die andere onzin (citaat een onzer redacteuren!)

Toch die track nog even checken? https://open.spotify.com
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LOUIS JOHNSON, 'JR' & GREG PHILLINGANES - Get On The Floor [BASS + DRUMS + CLAV]
Louis Johnson, John 'JR' Robinson & Greg Phillinganes original tracks.

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Mohini Dey zit ook thuis, maar maakt de ene na de andere video - hier in een re-arrangement van Take on Attention met Abby V

Heb je het Youtube-kanaal van Mohini Dey (24) al bekeken? Afgelopen jaar postte ze zo'n 70 video's met haar virtuoze basspel. Dit is de nieuwste!

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Dit was de eerste video die ik van haar zag, van twee jaar geleden met Dewa Budjana (guitar), Jordan Rudess (Keyboards), Marco Minnemann (drums),
https://youtu.be/aIjvVYAkLO8?t=213

Mohini Dey Take on Attention By Charlie Puth
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Re-arrangement,Production,Bass and Female Vocals By Mohini.
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Thundercat met Ariana Grande live op het Adult Swim Festival - Them Changes

In De Bassist 56, april-juni 2021 interviewen we Thundercat. Op DeBassist.nl vind je veel video's met hem in de PLUS-sectie, maar kijk nu vast deze spectaculaire live-video met het waanzinnige duo DOMI & JD Beck (toetsen en drums) en zangeres Ariana Grande.

[adult swim festival] thundercat--- them changes (feat. Ariana Grande , DOMI & JD Beck)


ADULT SWIM IF YOU SEE THIS PLEASE REUPLOAD THE ORIGINAL VIDEO
AND Im sorry if you want me to delete it ill delete it immediately (due to the copyright things)
and im sorry the quality is bad as i screen recorded it
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link here ➡️https://instagram.com/gettnastyy?r=nametag
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⬆️ guys in the end of this end you can see the original video!! and it will be more high quality than the video you are watching as it is the original AdultSwim channel! xo🧡🧡 (info by @HiddenSharks)
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Creatief met een sponsje - Motown- en funkgrooves van James Jamerson

James Jamerson was een van de meest gewilde muzikanten van zijn tijd. Artiesten wilden dat juist hij bas op hun nummer zou spelen, omdat het dan waarschijnlijker was dat het een hit werd.
Julia van Thomann legt aan je uit hoe Jamerson speelde. Benodigdheden: 1 schaar, 1 basgitaar, 1 keukensponsje.

How to play like James Jamerson | Motown, Marvin Gaye, Funk Brothers | Thomann

Julia explains how to make your bass playing sound more like the legendary Motown Session Bassist James Jamerson. Including playing tips, a short guide how to make a foam mute out of a sponge and of course some tasty playing from Julia! What is your favourite James Jamerson Bassline? Let us know in the comments!

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Interesting bits and pieces:
0:00 Intro
0:41 playing with one finger instead of two
1:22 play a lot of open strings
1:48 His Gear: P Bass, flatwounds & foam mute
1:59 how to make a foam mute out of a kitchen sponge
2:22 playing with foam mute
2:42 James Jamersons general approach to basslines
3:21 playing song | Ain't That Peculiar by Marvin Gaye
4:20 conclusions
4:43 Julia's favourite James Jamerson bassline
5:15 what's your favourite James Jamerson bassline?
5:23 thanks for watching & please subscribe

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Oefenen met improvisatie: 5 simpele patronen

Zelf een baspartij schrijven, dat kan nog wel eens flink lastig zijn. Zeker als je niet goed weet wat je moet met al die losse noten. Daarom kan het handig zijn om jezelf wat patronen aan te leren. Youtuber BassBuzz geeft je een spoedcursus, met bekende voorbeelden en oefeningen die je zo oppikt.

5 Easy “Shapes” for Kickass Bass Lines (Bassist Shortcuts)

Struggling to create bass lines without overwhelm? Stop panicking and get yourself some bass shapes.
0:00 - Shapes Give You a Beautiful Mind
0:47 - How Bass Shapes Use “Chunking”
2:38 - #1: Root Fifth Shape (with Steely Dan)
5:34 - #2: The Octave Shape (with James Brown)
7:46 - #3: Major Triad Shape (with Bob Marley)
9:38 - #4: Minor Triad Shape (with Stevie Ray Vaughan)
11:23 - #5: Supershapes (with The Specials)
13:00 - How to Learn Shapes

A shape is just a visual pattern of notes on the neck. There are all kinds of shapes - for bass lines, intervals, scales, arpeggios, chords - but what they all have in common is they allow you to visually find your way around the neck so you’re not frantically thinking about note names and theory when you’re trying to just play.

Bass shapes are an example of what psychologist George Miller called “chunking”, where you take a bunch of bits of information that would be hard to remember and combine them into one chunk that’s easier to remember.

Shapes work because we hear the notes in music as a series of relationships. In the video I’ll play you Another One Bites the Dust by Queen, then move it up 2 frets. It sounds like “the same music,” even though all the notes changed, and that’s because I kept the same shape (so all the relationships/intervals stayed the same).

The first shape I’ll show you is something every bass player needs to know - the root fifth shape. As with all the shapes in this video, I’ll show you what it looks like and how to use it in musical context. We’ll use the root fifth on “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number” by Steely Dan, one of the most prominent uses of this shape on bass.

Shape #2 is the octave shape, another bass staple. You can use this for creating bass lines, but it’s also a great tool for finding notes on the neck. We’ll play with this along with James Brown’s “Hot Pants.”

Next is the major triad, which you can use on any major chord. And you can’t learn major triads without playing a little Bob Marley, so we’ll groove along with his classic “Three Little Birds” with Aston “Family Man” Barrett on bass.

Then we’ll counter the happy-sounding major triad with the sadder-sounding minor triad, which is used extensively in our play-along, “Pipeline,” as recorded by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Dick Dale.

These shapes all get mixed together in a lot of bass lines, so I’ll show you how that works on “Gangsters” by The Specials. I’ll also show you how I would use all these shapes in a jam context to create my own bass lines.

The 3 steps for learning any bass shape or pattern are:
Step 1: Nail the Fingering (wrap your fingers around the shape)
Step 2: Memorize (imprint the visual pattern in your memory)
Step 3: Learn Context (the rules of when you can use it)

Learn as many shapes as you can! Check out the shapes in my other videos, or wherever you find them, and soon you’ll be seeing shapes everywhere...

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