eMedia Bass Method v1 [Old Version]

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Manufacturer Description

Bass has never been so easy with this beginning level CD-ROM. Features over 100 step-by-step lessons with on-screen instructor John Arbo. Over 30 full motion split-screen videos show multiple angles and close-ups of both hands. Using an animated fret board, recorded audio and variable-speed MIDI audio over 200 songs and exercises teach all the skills you need to start playing. Learn to play using triads, fills and syncopation, and to create a bass line for any song you like. It includes full multi-track audio, as well as bass-only and no-bass audio options, so you can perfect your technique and play along with the band. Many of the songs in eMedia's Bass Method are found in Guitar Method, so bass and guitar students can jam along with each other as they learn. Features hit songs made famous by the Grateful Dead, Credence Clearwater Revival, Bob Dylan, Steve Miller and others. Also includes an automatic tuner, recorder, chord dictionary and digital metronome to give you everything you need to start playing bass guitar. Dimensions: 1.7"H x 9.6"L x 7.6"W Weight: .4 lbs System Requirements: Windows: Pentium PC, Windows 95 / 98 / NT / 2000 / Me, 16 MB free RAM Macintosh: Power PC, System 7.5.3 or later, 16 MB free RAM

Product Features

Features 114 step-by-step lessons by famous bass instructor John Arbo - follow along as he teaches you the basics Begin learning about triads, fills, syncopation and other bass techniques Create your own bass lines in no time at all Over 200 songs and exercises help you improve your bass-playing Play your favorite songs by the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan and other legends

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