Dave has been a professional bass player since 2004, with jazz/pop performance and recording training from Grant McEwan College in Edmonton, AB. He is a touring player with Jon Bauer, Wakeup Starlight, Mike Schuster and more.
Quick, professional tracking of electric bass. Any style, though admittedly not much of a slap player. :)
Very adaptable to any genre.
One-day turnaround for editing, within reason. Vocal editing done using Melodyne.
Broadcast quality mixes using Apple Logic.
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12 Reviews - 4 Repeat ClientsEndorse Dave Janssen, Studio 302
Dave is an awesome, talented bass player who delivers!
Dave was great to work with. His base lines were exactly what we wanted on these tracks, he nailed them, with little guidance, first time through. Very impressive work. He far exceeded my expectations!
This guy is fantastic. Very patient. Very chill. Very talented. Pleasure doing business with you Dave!
Dave did the job, again! Thank you very much for your collaboration :)
Dave did a GREAT work for my Bass Line. It's exactly what I needed, that's crazy! You can work with him, that's a real pleasure ! See you soon, Dave!
Dave delivered a great Bass Track and the Song sounds complete NOW !
Sure i'm looking forward to work with Dave soon again. Thanks !
You Knock me out
What a Fucking good bass-player /musician
I am stunned
Dave is a very good bass-player !
Hits the right notes & on time _; )
Jam new Year 2016 to calm the dog is soon ready
Dave is still my nr 1 bass-player ; )
Dave Is the Boss !
Fantastic bass-player & a very nice person !
You are a f.good Bass Player & Musician
I would love to do all my tracks with You !
Dave is very talented bass player that makes your tracks come alive! It is a pleasure to work with such a great musician.
Interview with Dave Janssen, Studio 302
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Most often I have been doing electric bass tracks for clients on SoundBetter. For a lot of genres a great bass line is extremely important to the emotion of a song, and my clients need that.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Simple setup. For bass I use a SansAmp programmable DI running into my Yamaha i88x interface. I sometimes put my Alesis compressor in the chain if I want a little more meat. For a little more colour I can use an M-Audio DMP3 preamp instead of the Yamaha pres, which are quite clear. I record in Logic Pro 9 on an iMac and listen on KRK Rokit8s and Shure headphones.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I like to listen to a song before I play on it, and then start playing on it. I typically don't use my first few takes, as I tend to play too many notes, and I whittle it down until it's perfect.