MADE FOR BASSISTS
The Musician's App
The days of searching for bassless tracks, finding chords, and changing the key of your favorite song are now over.
Moises, the Musician’s App, was recognized in several countries as the Best App of 2021 for Personal Growth by Google Play. This category carries a powerful meaning as it embodies our core mission to “Empower Creative Potential”.
"When you actually can play with the metronome on the songs that you love and the songs that you listen to all the time, it just changes everything!"
"This app provides the perfect answer for something I've been wanting since I've started to make YouTube videos: being able to record my version of the bass line without having to worry about the original bass track on the background."
"I wish I had this app when I was learning bass! It’s magical."
It's helpful to start with songs that have easy bass lines and riffs. Take advantage of the Moises App's features to isolate bass tracks and get a clearer sense of riffs and other details. You can also slow down the song with 1 click using our Audio Speed Changer if you're having a hard time with a certain part.
A bass line is a sequence of notes played by the bass. With the Moises App, you can listen clearly to bass lines by isolating the bass track from the rest of the song's instruments. Use this feature to improve your practice.
Learning and practicing scales is important in your bass-playing journey to provide you with music memory that you can use to improvise and create riffs and bass lines. Traditionally, you learn scales by spotting the notes that are part of each one of them—for example, the pentatonic scale is an important one for bass playing. You can search on the web for different bass scales, copy them, and practice and practice and practice until you get them.
There is an infinite range of songs that have easy bass riffs; it depends on your taste and the genres that you like. But there is some consensus that these classic tunes have easy bass riffs: Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer," White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army," Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit," and Lou Reed's "Walk On the Wild Side." These are just some examples of songs with easy bass riffs that you can tackle to start your bass-playing journey.