#1
I'e had several studio sessions over the last week or so and it has to be the best time I've ever spent as a bassist.

I love being in the studio.
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What is it like in the studio?



Can be daunting at first with all the mixers and the mics, but as long as you listen to the sound engineer and you've got your songs correct before you go in, you're fine.
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Wow. Put it in a blog or what?
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#7
Goddamnit. UG is not your fucking blog.

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#8
I'd hate to be a bassist in the studio.
You have to wait until everything else is done before you do your parts.

The only part I don't like about the studio is waiting for everyone else to be done.
There is soooo muchhhh waitingggg.
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Goddamnit. UG is not your fucking blog.

Lol, yeah, as much as I hate to say it, unless the topic was "Recording Studio Experiences" asking people to share its not exceptable. Unless we decide to shift the topic that way!

My brothers band was doing drum tracks in Grouse Lodge in Co. Westmeath in Ireland. We had a great time, I got to play the same Grand Piano that Matt Bellamy from Muse was playing! He didn't actually record with it, but he played it They also have a private bar with the best Guinness ever

Also, since we spent the day there, we got to use the pool....well the rest of them did, I fell asleep on the couch in the mixing room while the engineer played the sound of my snoring over the intercom It was a really cool place though
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#11
I love being in the studio too, man. Cept when one small thing goes wrong, like the headphones arent working, and it takes like 30mins to figure out what to do. However it's great fun actually recording.
Although nothing compares to playing live.


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#12
from my experiences being a studio bassist is pretty boring and i love bass. all you do is lay down the rhythm tracks and sit around watching people do their leads.
#13
why should we care?

some one has no actual friends to brag to....
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I have no opinion on this matter.
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why should we care?

some one has no actual friends to brag to....



this.
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I'd hate to be a bassist in the studio.
You have to wait until everything else is done before you do your parts.

The only part I don't like about the studio is waiting for everyone else to be done.
There is soooo muchhhh waitingggg.


That's why I'm glad my band records as a band doing a take, rather than each of us overdubbing tracks. It's so much more exciting




#17
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why should we care?

some one has no actual friends to brag to....



I have friends...


except they're mostly non-musicians and so wouldn't be interested.
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I have friends...


except they're mostly non-musicians and so wouldn't be interested.



well, so far you haven't shared anything interesting. you came here to brag
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#20
My step-dad is a musician and we had our own recording studio in our basement.
It was awesome but my mom and him got a divorce before I played guitar and got into more music than just band.
#21
I just enjoy nerding out with fellow techies and getting ideas for my own studio (assuming unlimited budgets). Sometimes it's fun to learn about little idiosyncrasies...for instance Classical stations/productions love Tannoy monitors for some reason.

And although it started with a brag, it's become more a "what you like about high end studios" discussion.
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#22
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Goddamnit. UG is not your fucking blog.


relax, he plays bass and drums...

he doesnt know any better.
yo.

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#23
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Lol, yeah, as much as I hate to say it, unless the topic was "Recording Studio Experiences" asking people to share its not exceptable. Unless we decide to shift the topic that way!

My brothers band was doing drum tracks in Grouse Lodge in Co. Westmeath in Ireland. We had a great time, I got to play the same Grand Piano that Matt Bellamy from Muse was playing! He didn't actually record with it, but he played it They also have a private bar with the best Guinness ever

Also, since we spent the day there, we got to use the pool....well the rest of them did, I fell asleep on the couch in the mixing room while the engineer played the sound of my snoring over the intercom It was a really cool place though


I sense a thread about recording experiences coming.

Too bad ive never been to a studio, my uncle has one but he lives in colorado and me in nebraska.
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I just enjoy nerding out with fellow techies and getting ideas for my own studio (assuming unlimited budgets). Sometimes it's fun to learn about little idiosyncrasies...for instance Classical stations/productions love Tannoy monitors for some reason.

And although it started with a brag, it's become more a "what you like about high end studios" discussion.



I will admit, I'm a sucker for a good mixer and some ProTools!
#26
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I'm not bragging!
1. Like Xiaoxi said, there are blogs for a reason. I don't come to the Pit saying "Hai guys. I love my iPod!" because it's a fucking pointless post.

2. Saying "No I'm not!" and "I'm not...." etc. several times in a thread might not necessarily be against the rules, but it's fucking retarded.

3. Congratulations. You went in a recording studio. I'm crying in the sheer excitement I get from the thought of you being in a recording studio.
#27
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1. Like Xiaoxi said, there are blogs for a reason. I don't come to the Pit saying "Hai guys. I love my iPod!" because it's a fucking pointless post.

2. Saying "No I'm not!" and "I'm not...." etc. several times in a thread might not necessarily be against the rules, but it's fucking retarded.

3. Congratulations. You went in a recording studio. I'm crying in the sheer excitement I get from the thought of you being in a recording studio.


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#28
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I'd hate to be a bassist in the studio.
You have to wait until everything else is done before you do your parts.

The only part I don't like about the studio is waiting for everyone else to be done.
There is soooo muchhhh waitingggg.


umm usually the bass records right after the drums and before the guitarists and vox.

and yeah, being in the studio is ok sometimes, but sometimes it's just frustrating as hell, it loses a lot of its charm after you've done it about 50 times I guess.
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