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Arranging Bass Notation

Author: Suzanne Dean

Lesson description

Berklee College of Music faculty member Suzanne Dean explores all aspects of writing and arranging for the rhythm section (drums, bass, guitar, and keyboards). This lesson discusses bass range, transposition and notation.

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