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Sometimes when I'm in a foreign land, I just need to find a 7-11 or an ATM to feel secure, no kidding, it's really important hahaha... have you ever felt the same? >>> https://soundcloud.com/user-54415704/atm >>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZtVFFOykKg Lyrics: Verse1: It makes me kinda feel, that I need some dollar bills to live the life so chill And my mama told me that's real No need to stress me out when I'm so strict to myself, somebody knows somehow Oh diamonds won't bring me down Pre-chorus: Not just a machine, you know what it means Somewhere between paradise and fantasy Count it baby, there're some dimes in my pocket Pull out my card, there ain't no boundaries, yeah yeah yeah Chorus: Withdraw the money everywhere, as long as I got my A.T.M Feel so damn secure, got cash in my hands, I need it, precious A.T.M Verse2: On my knees I touch the ground, guess you'd come and help me out As you live this life downtown, grab my hand and shout it out loud That's very nice of you, got multiple functions now, somebody knows somehow I ain't never treating you wrong Bridge: Automated teller machine, automated teller machine, automated teller machine(x3) https://www.willykuomusic.com/
Hello, Since I am not familiar with composing (bass) guitar at all, I would like to ask some questions: Do (bass) guitarists prefer notes notated in the TAB or treble (sounding an octave lower) / bass clef? If it is the first: how does TAB work and how can I compose for the (bass) guitar in the most efficient way? Are there any special effects and how are these to be notated in the score? Examples of how these effects sound are really appreciated. Are there any limitations that I should keep in my mind when composing for the (bass) guitar? I am looking forward to your response! Maarten