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Being able to hear and identify bass lines is one the most important skills you can have as a musician. A bass line can tell you what chord or scale is being used at the moment, plus the rhythmic nature and style. This course gives you thousands of four-note bass-line examples, in the form of MP3s, in which a key center is played followed by four notes which must be identified. Following this, the answers are given aurally. The examples represent all possible combinations of four notes using any of 12 pitches. This course puts you totally in the driver's seat of understanding bass lines, their function, and the different types of bass lines used in just about all music. It's truly an in-depth course to develop your skills.