Here’s my cover of Derezzed by Daft Punk from the Tron: Legacy movie soundtrack.
So, fun to learn this tune but it did take me a long time to get all the nuances down. Sure it’s barely 2 minutes long and the whole thing is mostly the Eb min 7 arpeggio riff but it took me several takes to nail it almost perfectly. I say almost because there’s 1 note that I did have to edit in post but I’ll leave that up to you to pick out.
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Heard this while I was skimming through some EDM playlists. It opens up with this kinda acid jazz/funk groove then goes into a thumping 16th note line. Then the slap bass riff in the middle of the tune just sealed it for me, had to cover it.
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I recorded going through a Darkglass B7K Ultra and a Darkglass Super Symmetry compressor. I tweaked the EQ a bit in Logic and put another compressor on it to even out the attack.
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I’ve had this tune on my radar since I first heard it in 2015 and I’ve finally got it polished enough to record and upload. I really dug Zedd’s first studio album, Clarity, and I’m still thinking of a bass cover to do off that album, but this tune got it’s hooks in me from the get go. Had to transcribe it, figure out how to play it, and here it is 🙂
A little info about the process, the song is more or less centered around the C# Mixolydian b13 scale so that helped a lot in figuring out the general shape and, most importantly, the whole back-end of the tune. The slap stuff is more or less standard fare but getting all the accents right and locking in properly with the tune took some work.
For recording, the NS Design Radius 5-string gives a lot of presence so it’s been my go to bass for a long time now. I used the Super Symmetry Bass Compressor from Darkglass Electronics before going into the Apogee Duet and recording in Logic. For VST, I added basic EQ, some more compression, and a SVT amp modeler. Cleaned the audio up a bit with some volume automation and done 🙂
For the video, I use a Sony Action Cam to capture the footage and edit everything in Adobe Premiere.
This tune has been a milestone for me in terms of developing my technique and precision so it’s a great feeling having gotten it this far. I hope I get a chance to perform this live at some point in the near future.
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So proud to have been a part of G5 Project 2016. Special thanks to Shota Nakama, Masahiro Aoki, Blaize Collard, Eren Başbuğ everyone in the orchestra and SoundtRec Boston. Looking forward to making more great music with you guys!!!