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Coldworker Comments On Bass Recording For New Album

Coldworker has checked in with the following update about recording bass tracks for the band's upcoming album:

"The second day of bass tracking is done. We started yesterday at 'A Noble Home' which is Anders J's apartment. This time we are using my SansAmp and record both the clean signal as well as a distorted one from the SansAmp. As always I use my Ibanez SR500, the same bass I used for 'Rotting Paradise.' I got six of fourteen songs tracked so far, and aiming for one more tomorrow morning.

"The pace of how many and which songs I'm able to track is depending on Anders B and Daniel, who are tracking guitars at a different location (not far from here though). The songs they track are given to me the same evening and then I struggle with them the next coming day. Today I finished one easy and two hard ones, yesterday I think it was two easy and one that was a more difficult. So it's been a nice mix between the easy and the not so easy songs this far.

"But the overall feeling is good. We got the drums on mp3's as soon as they were recorded, and I think they have been really useful when it comes to practicing and preparing at home prior to this recording. We have avoided every (if any) speculative unpleasant surprises this way."

Photos from the recording session can also be found at this location.

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