Session player, Electric bass and Acoustic Double Bass. I'm always striving to offer what's best for the song, and choosing the best audio and feel, either with a pbass, arco, pizzicato and/or with effect pedals.
Buenos Aires based session Bass player and double bass player. I've been working as a session player live and studio for 20 years, with several artists in my country.
I started to play and study electric bass at 14 with several teachers, and 8 years later i began my studies in classical double bass at Conservatorio Manuel de Falla.
I've recorded over 40 albums from different styles and genres (Folk, Pop, Latin, Rock, Experimental, etc) and i love to find the right audio and mood that suits each type of music.
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Interview with Ale Moffardin
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I usually work on singer songwriter music, but also folk-acoustic and indie.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I think i give a solid foundation and i can make interesting melodic suggestions for the bassline.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have a Macbook Pro and an Apogee Duet. For some basses, i use an Aguilar Preamp DB924, or a Gallien Krueger MB150 head in DI mode. When recording upright bass, I try to use a big diafragm Condenser Mic in front of the bridge, and a small diafragm Condenser to capture the string sound if necesary. I always strive to get the best signal for every track. As a DAW i work with Logic, Reaper and Ableton Live.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I record electric bass and double bass tracks, trying to choose the best audio and feel for the song.