#1
Bass on some songs are difficult to hear or can't hear clearly, so some bassists (specially beginners) are having difficulty finding the right note.

So here's a solution to that problem, download Audacity 1.2.4b.
Its an audio editor. You can edit songs in different formats.
You can add many effects, one of those effects is the "Bass Boost". With the use of that effect (Bass boost), you will clearly hear the bass. Remember not to boost it too high or too loud because it will sound very ugly, just boost it little by little until you hear the bass clearly.

P.S.
Bass Boost is just one of its many effects. And be sure to download Audacity 1.2.4b because other versions are not stable.


here the link!?!
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/latest/audacity-win/audacity-win01.2.4b.exe
or go to
http://audacity.sourceforge.net
#2
This happened to me before, but it was due to crap speakers.

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#3
You can probably get the same result by fiddeling with the equalizer in winamp or wmp. But yeah if you have crappy speaker bass will still be hard to hear.
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#4
Yeah, I've always hated that (although I'm not a bassist, I just like to hear the bass lines)
Then I got a new pair of earphones
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This happened to me before, but it was due to crap speakers.

I love me new subwoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooofer.

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