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With your laptop, mobile devices and some player-friendly accessories, you can bring some studio magic to the stage while keeping your performances fresh and spontaneous. Here's how.
Whether it be electric, acoustic, sampled, or synthesizer-generated, bass information can take up a lot of energy in a mix. Yet somehow, it can also get lost as other instruments-especially guitar and keyboards-compete for sonic territory.