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I'm a amateur musician who primarily plays electric bass these days, but dabbles in electronic instruments and occasionally dusts of a horn. I enjoy edgier, harder, and more experimental music, but enjoy most genres of music to some extent. Earlier in my life I was classically trained in trombone. I can read music, and have working knowledge of basic music theory. I'm looking for relaxed, casual musicians who would like to compose and record original music and grow as artists through shared practice and performance.

I'm interested in making music that transcends boundaries of genera and tradition. The current explosion of electronic music fascinates me and I want to create music that fuses traditional and contemporary instruments and production techniques.

I am a working professional outside of my musical efforts. I'm not looking for a career change or earn a living from my musicianship. People who do that are made of sterner stuff than I. I make music for fun and my own amusement and hope there are people on this platform like me.

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Dec 05 2020
Active within 1 month
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Years playing music:
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
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1 night a week
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classical, punk, Johnny Cash, 1950s be-bop, Nine Inch Nails, Portishead, 1980s thrash, Fugazi.

Instrument experience:

Bass Guitar:


Various bass guitars and bass and keyboard amps, mixing board, an assortment of synthesizers and drum machines, a MIDI controller, a laptop, tablet, physical interface for DAW input, a MIDI capable looping pedal, various effects pedals, and an acoustic drum kit. I have assorted other instruments that I can play with varying degrees of acumen. I've had some success recording music using Audacity and have a portable 8 track recorder.