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Emedia Bass Basics CD-ROM
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You'll have fun learning to play your bass with this best-selling eMedia Bass Method, regardless of the type of bass you own. Learn conveniently at h...Click To Read More About This Product
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This fun, effective bass software package shows you everything you need to become proficient with your instrument.
You'll have fun learning to play your bass with this best-selling eMedia Bass Method, regardless of the type of bass you own. Learn conveniently at home with over 120 comprehensive lessons covering everything from the basics through triads, fills, syncopation, and creating a bass line. Learn over 35 songs including hits from artists such as Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead, Steve Miller, and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Watch more than 30 informative videos featuring instructor John Arbo, including split-screens and close-ups of both hands. Includes multi-track recorded audio, variable-speed MIDI, bass-only and no-bass options. Both bass tablature and standard music notation are taught in a way that's easy to understand. This program is equivalent to several thousand dollars of private instruction—ideal for beginners seeking exceptional value in bass lessons.
- More than 35 songs, both traditional and contemporary
- More than 120 step-by-step lessons
- Animated fretboard with fingering positions
- More than 30 instructional videos
- Learn via tablature or standard music notation
- Real-time audio tracking
- Variable-speed MIDI
- Automatic tuner
- Chord dictionary
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Re: eMedia Bass Basics. If you know anything - this DVD will boar you to death. Wasted my money on this one. Fell asleep a few times and didn't bother going back.
I bought this when I first got a bass and wanted to learn. But I never got around to finding lessons. So I buy this and figure "What could it hurt?". It teaches you major and minor triads. They're not even taught that well. It tells you them. It touches scales a little bit. But otherwise it just gives you notes and you play. It didn't go into any depth on these. It's good at what it does. It may help if you're just beginning, but I find it doesn't teach very well. But get lessons. It won't substitute real lessons. It does ok at what it does.
When I first got it, I thought I wouldn't get too much out of it, seeing as I'm not a beginner, but there have been a few small things that have been very helpful.Even though there are a lot of basic things that can bore you if you're an advanced player, I think that a lot of this will be helpful, especially if you've learned not through lessons but just through experience as I have.Overall, I'd recommend it to all bass players.