I’m plugging away at my latest song and recording it from the ground up using some super affordable (and even free) gear!​

If you’re following along, recording bass guitar is the next step after you’ve laid down your drum performance (whether real drums, loops, or a virtual drummer).

Having the bass guitar super tight with the drums is the key to building a powerful song. And we do this by trying to match the bass performance as closely as we can to the drums – hence why I like to record bass so early in the process.

In today’s video I share two simple tips for getting a great bass performance in your home studio and how to make sure you get the optimal signal when recording. Let’s do this!

P.S. To get a list of the budget equipment I use in this video series and my recommendations to fit every budget, download my Studio Gear Guide completely free here.

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