Adam Stevens: “I Think She Knows Interlude” All-Bass Cover

Adam Stevens has shared some impressive all-bass covers over the years.

This time around, he’s taking a new approach – technically speaking – in covering Justin Timberlake’s “I Think She Knows Interlude”, as part of his experimentation with live performance relying on looping.

“Just having some fun with Ableton Live and its incredible live looping capabilities. This is my first video doing it this way (I usually use Logic Pro),” Adam shared. “And even though it took me a lot longer than usual, I’m loving the possibilities that there are for live performance, I’m going to keep working on it! In this setup, I’m using my Moog as a MIDI remote in order to control certain parameters in Ableton Live.”

Technical stuff aside, we dug this arrangement and performance.

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  1. Nice!! Diggin this! Nice tasteful use of the loops to back up a great performance.

  2. Cory

    sick. Great tone! No bassline though?

    • Thanks Cory! Hmm.. there is a bass line though? I play it from 0:50 seconds to 0:58 in the video.

      • Cory

        Dude. Thanks for your reply.

        At some point I got into the nasty habit of listening to music without proper headphones/speakers…

        I don’t want to think about all the bass I’ve missed out on.

        Keep searching, keep experimenting & keep up the good work man!!

        • Thanks brother, that means a lot! and I hear you about that nasty habit, I think we’re ALL guilty of.. I always try to have a pair of headphones kicking around for that exact reason! Cheers man :)

  3. Steve

    Always some interesting videos. Love the Roscoe!

  4. Man, that’s just sound so good.
    Can you tell me what you used to get your tone?

    • Hi Sagar, thank you! I plugged directly into my recording interface and used effects that are built-in to Ableton Live such as reverb, compression, amp simulation, etc. It’s all digital! Hope that helps :)