· The rhythm section consists of the percussion, double bass or bass guitar, and usually at least one instrument capable of playing chords, such as a piano, guitar, Hammond organ or vibraphone; most will usually have more than one of these. The standard rhythm section is piano, bass, and drums.
· The easiest way to approach editing is to start with your rhythm section (which is usually what sets the groove of the song). In a standard band, it’s best to start with the drums. If it’s a more stripped down acoustic recording, choose whichever instrument seems to set the main rhythm .
Next thing I want to do is I want to rename it, and since this is going to be a mix, I am going to call it mix1. The reason why I want to call it mix1 is, if you are doing this right, you may have.
· Success is measured in all kinds of ways, but it’s probably fair to say that when “sidemen” take the spotlight, the results are mixed; not every great musician has that intangible quality that draws crowds. But the Atlanta Rhythm Section came out of the shadows to score huge hits in the mid-’70s, and gave hope to session guys everywhere.
Answer (1 of 7): I’m going to say The Grateful Dead for a couple of reasons. Number one: the quality of the musicians themselves — Phil Lesh on bass and Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzman on drums — is unquestioned; they are all superb players. But number two is the most important. Hart and Kreutzman.
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