#1
alright. so i'm trying to record a song. i know the procedure and whatnot. i'm using a program called audacity. so i'm trying to record a bassline and when i play it back one of the notes sounds like it skips or something. so i tried re-recording it and it did it again. so then i record the note alone and it didn't do it. i'm playing the E-string and it only happens when i go from the 5th fret to the 7th fret. i've got heavy reverb on and unless the tempo i'm playing at just happens to be the natural resonance for that note, i have no idea what's going on and i need help.

and Bmm386 isn't online to help me.

please help?
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#3
i turned the reverb completely off because i figured it didn't really matter to reverb the bass line.
'07 Fender MIM Strat-Sunburst
'09 Epiphone Les Paul Custom-White
Digitech Whammy
Boss Overdrive/Distortion
VOX AD100VTH + Legion 4x12 Cab
VOX AD50VT + Sunn 2x15 Cab
Squier P-Bass
Acoustic B200H and B115 cab
1967 Hammond J-111 Organ
#4
only that note? thats some weird crap... call the ghostbusters
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