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Discussion in 'The BASS Place' started by Valvey, Jun 7, 2017.
Oh dear. It was actually played on a Kurzweil synth:
And it was one of the first big shows to have all the music recorded on ADAT.
In 1990 or 1991 Alesis did a big story about this.
Why do you think there is a giant HR-16 ad on the back of the magazine Kramer is reading in the pilot?
A curse upon you keyboardists!!!!! LOL
Serenity NOW, Serenity NOW!
But this was supposed to be the summer of George!
The jerk store rang, and they're all out of YOU
NOOOOOO bass for YOU!
At least meet us halfway with a Keytar! (Or KeyBassTar?)
These bass lines are making me thirsty!!
Life has ceased to hold any meaning for me now... if I hear that the soup not-zee wasn't even German, it's all over.
But its all wrong see, you don't know how to act. Its "THESE bass lines are making ME THIRSTY!"
[sigh] I'm not particularly interested in bass playing, but that reminded me of Bakithi Kumalo's playing on "Graceland", one of my favourite albums.
Now if we can only solve the riddle of the Law and Order "Cla-clunk"
But he was actually playing a bass not some collection of wires, IC chips, and keys.
Oh the agony of it all.
Naw, that's a bass. I'm sure of it.....well kinda sure.....isn't it?
Maybe he's an antibassite?
I guess the theme wasn't bass worthy.
It's not a lie................if you believe it.
My sentiments exactly.
Not surprising really. A keyboard can do anything.