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If you are talking bass guitar only, I'd say that would work fine. An audio interface has outputs for both headphones and your computer (USB for example). So you can record and/or hear yourself play. For guitar (and possibly bass) you'll most likely want some effects (amp simulation, distortion, reverb, ...). In that case you'll either need to put a pedal ...


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The purpose of studio monitors is to mix recorded music. While one wants extremely accurate professional studio monitors which reproduce a broad frequency range, one also has to mix music in such a way that it will sound good on the kinds of inexpensive consumer-grade speakers and headphones that consumers have in their homes and cars. This is why one does ...


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The harmonic contribution of the bass guitar is not at 27.5Hz. 27.5Hz is mainly shaking you up. Now there are organ pipes at those pitches with a strong fundamental and few overtones. But they are pretty vague musically without further context. The function of a bass guitar, most particularly an electric one, is different (which explains funk and slap ...


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There's a difference between having a note or sound that is periodic at a given frequency (viewed in the time domain), and that note or sound having energy at that frequency (when thought of as a 'spectrum' in the frequency domain). It is actually possible to have a sound that is periodic at (say) 27.5 Hz without having any energy at all 27.5 Hz. In most ...


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You are correct that the songs will not be "broken" in the sense that they won't sound totally different. Every single note will sound lower, but the relationships between the notes will be preserved - because every note will be lowered by the same amount. As you note, that will make the overall song sound a little different. It will make each song sound ...


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It could very well be set up quickly and to the manufacturer's specs which don't work for your type of playing, or was done in a rush to begin with. This happens often, and adjustment (assuming you have a set of hex keys) is pretty easy. The clue I'm going with is: ...This happens most on the two middle strings... This really isn't that big of a ...



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