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Corey Brown

Corey Brown

Founder/CEO

Corey fell in love with the bass at a young age, thanks to his parents cranking the bass knob to 11 on their stereo. He started playing double bass at the age of 10 and picked up the bass guitar at age 14. Later, he built his first website (in 1995). For years, he wanted to blend his passion for bass and the web into a single project and launched No Treble in 2009. Corey is also Head of Editorial at Muse Group, currently focusing on Ultimate Guitar and MuseScore.

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Charles Berthoud: “Elevated” Live at Musicians Institute
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Charles Berthoud: “Elevated” Live at Musicians Institute

Charles Berthoud recently held a bass clinic at Musicians Institute in Hollywood. As his intro, he performed his song “Elevated” for the attendees.

Wojtek Stanisz & Barrels Cello Quartet: Flahjo
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Wojtek Stanisz & Barrels Cello Quartet: Flahjo

Wojtek Stanisz has a new solo album out. In this video, he’s joined by the Barrels Cello Quartet on “Flahjo,” a stunningly beautiful track from “Szuflandia.”

Divinity Roxx: NPR Tiny Desk Audition 2024
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Divinity Roxx: NPR Tiny Desk Audition 2024

Divinity Roxx shared this video as her NPR Tiny Desk audition for 2024, and we’re pulling for her. Joined by drummer Granville Mullings, Jr. and guitarist Wes Mingus, Divinity brings some real energy to this submission.

Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (January 2024)
Top Ten

Top 10: The Most Watched Bass Videos (January 2024)

Here’s your monthly playlist, full of all kinds of bass goodness. This list is comprised of the top 10 reader-favorite videos for the month of January 2024.

Julia Hofer: Three Tips to Adapt Synth Bass Lines for Electric Bass
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Julia Hofer: Three Tips to Adapt Synth Bass Lines for Electric Bass

Synth bass lines are common, and many bass players are adding synth bass to their arsenal. However, when you only have a bass guitar, Julia Hofer has some advice on how to mimic a synth bass line on a gig with your bass.

Bonga: Mona Ki Ngi Xica (Playing For Change)
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Bonga: Mona Ki Ngi Xica (Playing For Change)

Bonga (vocals, dikanza) is joined by 12 musicians from around the world for this performance of “Mona Ki Ngi Xica,” which can be translated as “My Child, I Have to Leave You.” Alana Alberg is the bassist on the recording.

Weekly Top 10: Februrary 10-16, 2024
Weekly Top 10

Weekly Top 10: Februrary 10-16, 2024

Bass gear again ruled the week. Add to it some exciting tour news, Paul Thompon’s excellent look at the early work of Pino Palladino – and more – and you have this week’s list of the top reader favorite stories.

YYNOT with Frank Bello: Anthem (Live at Bubba Bash 2024)
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YYNOT with Frank Bello: Anthem (Live at Bubba Bash 2024)

YYNOT dropped another video from the Bubba Bash 2024 show, and this is a great one. Joined by Frank Bello on bass, here’s the band tearing through Rush’s “Anthem.”

Ellen Alaverdyan: A Fun Way To Construct Bass Lines
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Ellen Alaverdyan: A Fun Way To Construct Bass Lines

We’re getting more insight into the behind-the-scenes work of Ellen Alaverdyan in this new video she just dropped. Working with her dad, Hovak, Ellen uses backing tracks on YouTube to construct bass lines on the fly.

Martin Miller and Lari Basilio: Enjoy the Silence (Live at Guitar Summit 2023)
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Martin Miller and Lari Basilio: Enjoy the Silence (Live at Guitar Summit 2023)

The Martin Miller Session Band performed at Guitar Summit 2023. Here’s a clip of the band joined by Lari Basilio on Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence.”

Randy Brecker, Aaron Germain, Adam Shulman, and Deszon Claiborne: Leap Hour
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Randy Brecker, Aaron Germain, Adam Shulman, and Deszon Claiborne: Leap Hour

Aaron Germain sent us a new video that includes some exciting news. From his upcoming EP with Randy Brecker, here’s “Leap Hour.”

The Wooten Brothers: Live at the Troubadour (January 25, 2024)
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The Wooten Brothers: Live at the Troubadour (January 25, 2024)

The Wooten Brothers performed at the Troubadour on January 25, 2024. Thankfully, Youtuber The Jason was there to film it. Check out Victor Wooten on the 5-string!