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Bass Blueprints: Creating Bass Lines from Chord Symbols : Private Lessons (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 2009


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"Accompanying" may be a better subtitle than "Creating" bass lines 16 août 2010
Par Peter Spung - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a rising intermediate bass player, always trying to learn more theory and techniques to answer this fundamental question: "*Why* does that bass line sound good?". So that I can apply that understanding to construct good bass lines myself when someone hands me a lead sheet or simple chord progression. On the plus side, this book provides literally hundreds of examples, arpeggio exercises, chord patterns, progressions, and jam-along tracks that increased the variety of styles and progressions I've been exposed to and learned. On the down-side, it does a poor job of explaining "Why": why a particular line sounds good relative to the chord progression or rhythm. The "Creating" part of the subtitle is a little misleading. I've only found a couple of attempts to explain how to "Create" bass lines in the entire book. One is on page 5: "[the previous arpeggio exercise are] not very musical because the rhythm is repetitive, and the order of the notes is always the same. When we create a bass line over these chords, we try to change the rhythm and mix up the note order a little." That's it? A little random mixing up -- that's the secret to a good sounding bass line? A little later, on page 15, "Use the triad fingerings", "[the root] should always be played first when a new chord change happens", "lock in with the drummer", "[a common approach] is trying to match the rhythm of the bass drum". Really? That's why all of the different eighth rests, dotted quarter notes, and other forms of syncopation were added to the subsequent bass lines? Hmmm... In summary, there are a LOT of examples to learn from in this book. With very little explanation as to "Why" the accompanying line was created the way it was, or how to create your own.

Good news: there is another book I've found very useful for understanding why, and learning enough theory and technique to construct my own lines. That's Walking Bassics. This book explains the theory and practice behind creating tension and resolution in a bass line, which applies to harmony in general. When to use dominant and other scale tones, chromatic leading tones, and the like. It also explains rhythmic elements and construction techniques: rhythmic motifs, moving voice, beat emphasis. On the down-side, the variety of styles is much narrower than Bass Blueprints. In combination, the two have helped my understanding of the rhyme, rhythm and reason of a good bass line.
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