Can you play the Mario Kart Lick on BASS? | Q+A

30.11.2020
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  • 🎹HEY!, follow me at @its_adamneely on instagram to ask questions for the next q+a! 🚀 also...get CuriosityStream and Nebula for less than $15 per year (26% off!) 🚀 curiositystream.com/adamneely

    Adam NeelyAdam NeelyUukausi sitten
    • Could you make a video about the idea of the sound that old instruments do and why some people buy a 1950 guitar or burry drums cymbals, things like that. I truly don't know if my examples fit in the same line of thought. But thanks anyway for the attention

      Outra ContaOutra ContaUukausi sitten
    • Hello Adam, I’m hearing a lot these times talking about « partimento » « solfeggio »especially by authors like Gjerdingen, Sanguinetti. What do you think about all of that ? And should classical musicians gave up their new theoretical trainings to come back to old partimento tradition ?

      Iheb BoudjemaaIheb BoudjemaaUukausi sitten
    • Just wanted to throw this video at you in case you haven't seen it. I know it's probably old hat to say that Chris Coleman is fun to watch, but this video says that better than I ever could. fiworld.info/goon/eKC1033YvYKMp2g/videot.html Thanks for you channel. Peace out and be well.

      JP Colin DesignJP Colin DesignUukausi sitten
    • advance merry christmas adam

      freezer 11freezer 11Uukausi sitten
    • @dEadERest he didn't catch the pun

      parker klinckparker klinckUukausi sitten
  • For the next q+a I know you’re not a gear head But I’m thinking about buying a five string bass, any recommendations?

    Nick NameNick Name6 tuntia sitten
  • 5:36 means why not both in spanish

    El FraaankEl FraaankPäivä sitten
  • 4:25 bro wtf, you just posted cringe

    El FraaankEl FraaankPäivä sitten
  • my boddy is ready

    M CM C2 päivää sitten
  • I'm a very mediocre musician, but sometimes the only way i can really understand a time signature of a song or what goes where is through audiation. When I have to create the sounds in my head and place them somewhere in the song is when I finally understand what I was getting wrong in the first place!

    Eric LinoEric Lino2 päivää sitten
  • i really love to use the... i mean the... key... wait i'm drummer, nevermind

    GHRebelGHRebel5 päivää sitten
  • FIworld's gonna strike you for imagining copyrighted music

    Ben GrahamBen Graham5 päivää sitten
  • Wow. Love the video! About audiation: I can do that often so easy. Then often I get songs stuck in my head without having listened to it recently. I just thought about it. And this also brings up lirics I didn't know I knew. This often happens when I hear similar songs. Bow I know that this is audiation. Thanks for someone understanding it!

    Jon Einar Mattias VisserJon Einar Mattias Visser6 päivää sitten
  • I have noticed my mind's ear has trouble with repeated sections, like vamps, or when a phrase finishes out in the meter with "filler". I think my brain knows what is filler and literally doesn't store it. Very interesting!

    Edward CosioEdward Cosio7 päivää sitten
  • Does Adam like psych rock?

    Chase the BassChase the Bass7 päivää sitten
  • so i hear you saying that a looks red. i don't understand and ask my girl what colour A is. she immediately says "red". what? how? is this some kind of conspirancy?

    HlkpfHlkpf7 päivää sitten
  • I'm aphantasic too but my audiation is pretty good as well

    「CELLO KID」「CELLO KID」9 päivää sitten
  • Just listened to Rich Kids by Polyphia. Wow thank you! 🌅

    FRNKNSTNmusicFRNKNSTNmusic9 päivää sitten
  • What you mean, "try" imagining a song in your mind!? I can't turn the music in my head off... While my mind's _eye_ is at or below average; my mind's ear is constantly on. Unless I'm actively listening to something in the real world or actively thinking about something non-musical, there is usually something playing in my mind, music I know well, music I'm not sure if I've heard before or if it's something my mind makes up, and things I've definitely made myself. I can usually image at least 3 instruments at once like lead guitar/keyboard bass and drums, and when I remember music I know it's almost everything except lyrics (i can never really hear lyrics when hearing music). It's not just an annoying "earworm" as it's what I'm used to and it only gets annoying when my mind gets stuck on one genre for too long, such as the one time my mind kept playing Viennese New year's concert type of music mixed with upbeat military marches for about a week. I can usually just decide to listen to another album though. And if I'm too busy working (I'm a programmer) to coerce my mind into playing something new, I can always stop it by listening to Spotify.

    Stein Gauslaa StrindhaugStein Gauslaa Strindhaug9 päivää sitten
  • Another way of making spicy chords: try to play normal chords, and fail at pressing the right keys.

    Stein Gauslaa StrindhaugStein Gauslaa Strindhaug9 päivää sitten
  • Can you play the opening lick of Mario Kart 8 Main Theme? It's bonkers. Actually the entire thing is plain awesome on bass.

    Ruben CellosundaramRuben Cellosundaram9 päivää sitten
    • fiworld.info/goon/dKCXuJvcy5qfnn0/videot.html

      Ruben CellosundaramRuben Cellosundaram9 päivää sitten
  • I lost my ability to audiate at will in my early 20s and it makes me sad

    Josh HJosh H9 päivää sitten
  • Wait.... Hearing you describe "audiation"...You mean that's not something that everyone just does all the time naturally? I'm serious. I listen to full albums all the time in my head. That's how I got through school, when I was done with tests and things to prevent boredom. I didn't realize that was a thing that people don't... Normally do? I guess I don't typically get visuals in my brain unless I'm particularly deep asleep and dreaming, but I've always also been a deeply aural learner.

    Timbill CorderTimbill Corder9 päivää sitten
  • Yeah A is def red. An Am is maroonish.

    Jason WeaverJason Weaver11 päivää sitten
  • Yep sometimes when I get really bored I just play my favorite albums in my head... great way to pass about 40 minutes of your time like being stuck in a traffic jam in public commute...

    Karl GlennKarl Glenn11 päivää sitten
  • I'm a little bit ashamed that I clicked this so fast because of the Mario Kart lick when most of Adam's videos are so god damn good and filled with actual knowledge delivered in the best possible way and then I'm like "Wow, that sounds awesome. Have to check that out... later when I can concentrate..." :D

    Mattias GMattias G12 päivää sitten
  • can you play "School Daze" ?

    ben benaluben benalu13 päivää sitten
  • But that shirt tho. Mary would be proud

    Not OkayNot Okay13 päivää sitten
  • It sounds so hard but now that I saw the sheet music it doesn’t look that hard it just slightly fast

    Jair ManzanaresJair Manzanares13 päivää sitten
  • My theory for why Vince Guaraldi used F major a lot: He loved ending with a wistful Fmaj7 #11 13 which is simply all the white keys. You can just play any combination of white keys up and down at the end.

    JoEbYXJoEbYX13 päivää sitten
  • Wiggly air

    Rei MarreseRei Marrese13 päivää sitten
  • A do be red tho. But Eb is definitely green. Don't @ me.

    SamuelSamuel14 päivää sitten
  • Speaking of mistakes and being able to handle them, here's one of my favourites by Øystein Sunde: fiworld.info/goon/eWbJ4IXOx6ONeWw/videot.html at around 7 minutes he discovers that he's singing the wrong refrain, which then the person next to him (Halvdan Sivertsen) teasingly points out, but then Sunde just breaks into a brilliant solo and has a laugh at himself before carrying on after a bit more banter with Sivertsen

    GroovingPictGroovingPict14 päivää sitten
  • play prog on bass and a bassline on guitar

    AyYoCamAyYoCam14 päivää sitten
  • Don't have Instagram so asking here (probs in vain): Any resources to read up on (electric) bass technique? Thanks.

    Emilio MorenoEmilio Moreno14 päivää sitten
  • Pianists are all about D flat --- uhm... I dont think so :D

    FlixTwixFlixTwix14 päivää sitten
  • This is the most fever-dream-esque video I’ve ever seen around these parts 🍞

    Epitychís ProductionsEpitychís Productions14 päivää sitten
  • I have pretty strong audiation which sounds cool for composing, but since I grew up mostly playing drums and having a very lacking knowledge of melodic instruments, mostly I just can't figure out precisely what note or chord is in my head without a lot of trial and error...

    s3rr4ks3rr4k15 päivää sitten
  • 4:24 Adam Neely presents: One night stand between two jazz musicians

    GangPardosGangPardos15 päivää sitten
  • Hot take: Mistakes are just spicy improvisation.

    Vatsu AnanabVatsu Ananab16 päivää sitten
  • So what I noticed is that I’m decent at letting go of mistakes during live performances, but since we had to record music in our school, and I had the chance to fix mistakes I would actually care more about them, since I could’ve fixed them.

    cram left on the sun for 30 dayscram left on the sun for 30 days16 päivää sitten
  • 6 string bass hmmm i wonder what else reminds me of htat

    stackerv8stackerv817 päivää sitten
  • The thumbnail looks like a JOJO

    Lance CamposanoLance Camposano17 päivää sitten
  • The whole "singing while improvising/playing" is because understanding musical intervals and textures with your body is more inmediate than playing an external musical instrument, thus helps you be more expressive.

    MatapasionesMatapasiones17 päivää sitten
  • "Wiggly air"

    ShmallShmall17 päivää sitten
  • Yo, that Dingwall was the winner for me personally. That tone is great.

    Nathan MantleNathan Mantle17 päivää sitten
  • Q for an A: Do you think that gaining an audience by touring like the Dead have is still possible in this day and age?

    Sim JansSim Jans17 päivää sitten
  • but you sped up the bass lick, can tell by your right hand. also when you played that short lick before talking, the tone was different

    C CC C18 päivää sitten
    • I’m here from Twitter.

      Dame-E-inDame-E-in17 päivää sitten
    • You were featured on his Twitter lmao congrats

      Ryan MoralesRyan Morales18 päivää sitten
  • I've only just discovered your videos in the last week and I gotta say - man it makes me feel stupid that I don't understand half of the things you're saying, it's fantastic. I don't think I'll ever reach a level where I'm nearly as musically intelligent as this, (or competent) but I find it all extremely interesting. I hope you keep doing this and enjoying it, it's great stuff.

    Isaac Wright MusicIsaac Wright Music18 päivää sitten
  • I have aphantasia. I didn't know that people actually saw images in their mind until about a year ago. I have no issues with memory. The best way I can describe it is instead of seeing an image I have a description in my mind. Not that I see or hear words, but when I think about how something looks its almost that it feeds a technical description like someone was telling you what something you've never seen looks like.

    User NameUser Name18 päivää sitten
  • I have a very overactive mind so I've been able to listen to full albums in my head for years. Didn't know how helpful it would end up being until I started playing bass and doing music stuff in general. It's also just fun to do when you're bored and don't have anything to listen to :)

    Holly OsborneHolly Osborne18 päivää sitten
  • you live life like a fivetuplet

    Virgil AlonsoVirgil Alonso18 päivää sitten
  • that christmas bit. i see where you are going from...=D

    lowlightlowlight19 päivää sitten
  • A bit late, but I sometimes like to compose in very hard keys. I’m composing my first (short) symphony in B Major for one movement.

    Millennium 305Millennium 30519 päivää sitten
  • boddy

    Jake BuessemJake Buessem19 päivää sitten
  • bit late, but incessant damn sleighbells mixed way too loud make christmas songs christmassy.

    JimmyJimmy19 päivää sitten
  • You should make a video explaining these colors!!

    EllEll19 päivää sitten
  • Give every kid a digital audio workstation - any recommendations for what to look for? or maybe PC software/freeware?

    Tiaan UysTiaan Uys20 päivää sitten
  • Why do I watch these... I literally have zero skill when it comes to playing the instruments I own and none of this makes any sense..

    swiper31swiper3120 päivää sitten
  • Tina Turner apparently once asked bassist Guy Pratt if he could play a certain section "more purple"... maybe she meant a Purplemaj7 :p

    GroovingPictGroovingPict20 päivää sitten
  • Question for your next Q+A : You've made a video about "irrational time signatures", saying that in music "irrational" means "not a power of two". In math "irrational" means you can't make a ratio off of a number, meaning you can not split it in a numerator and a denominator. So does it make any sense in music ? I wonder how sqrt(2) time signature sounds like... Hope it was clear

    Eloi GGEloi GG20 päivää sitten
  • When transcribing, what general rules do you follow for writing a 9th or a 2nd? Same goes for 11ths and 13th. Also, does anyone have a good resource on why one does not use the 10th 12th or 8th? Thanks

    Kevin KillionKevin Killion21 päivä sitten
  • When it's really quiet, I play music in my head and actually hear it but it goes away at the slightest sound in the real world. Is there a word for that? (Besides hallucination)

    Robert ShaneRobert Shane21 päivä sitten
  • one of my favourite bands, deftones, is well known for being pretty bad, or at least not that good live. i think in that case it has to do with the effects they use and the venues they play in. i think festivals are generally not great for certain effects

    Fern Vale VolanteFern Vale Volante21 päivä sitten
  • 5:36 ¿Por qué no los dos? 🤣🤣 Me meo

    Andrés ChapapoteAndrés Chapapote21 päivä sitten
  • (1:34) B fits super well into the hands too.

    Daniel GowansDaniel Gowans22 päivää sitten
  • Strangely I find audiation really easily but I have almost total aphantasia

    Shea TomanShea Toman22 päivää sitten
  • its having good audiation also indirectly have perfect pitch? I don't have perfect pitch but I have a list of favorite songs that start specific notes so I can kind of have perfect pitch.

    Jameson RichardsJameson Richards22 päivää sitten
  • 3:46 i dont suck at instruments, I just play *very* spicy chords

    David EikelandDavid Eikeland23 päivää sitten
  • 8:40

    AJ GriffinAJ Griffin23 päivää sitten
  • Can you play 5 hours of the mario kart lick on bass?

    Duque MDuque M23 päivää sitten
  • Am I the only one that was astonished that Adam listens to RATM? I need to hear more about this.

    LUKE SCHECKLUKE SCHECK24 päivää sitten
  • 2:07 yes i understood nothing except W I D E

    Issac OhIssac Oh25 päivää sitten
  • yeah, visual memory is terrible. However audio memory is really strong for me.

    Nigel AdamsNigel Adams25 päivää sitten
  • Was that 7 by Andrew huang playing at the end?

    Nolly On The TrackNolly On The Track25 päivää sitten
  • how and when does one submit questions to mr. neely? anyone know how it works?

    Dylan MorrisonDylan Morrison26 päivää sitten
  • did you say something like "porque no los dos"? i surely got wrong XD im italian not spanish yknow

    SanFranQueen406SanFranQueen40626 päivää sitten
  • 8:28 awk tuh byure that's the best I got...

    Softren ProductionSoftren Production26 päivää sitten
  • I never knew that exists a word for it "audiation". I use it whenever i have to sing a song and i try to imagine the tempo of the song by "imagining" that song playing in my head before I actually starts to play it. Or whenever im creating a new setlist to play live... So i can come up with the right energy between one song to the other.

    LurkLucianoLurkLuciano26 päivää sitten
  • On the topic of audiation: Is 'having a song in your head' something like involuntary audiation? I tend to audiate involuntarily a lot, can be really REALLY annoying when I've got the same song in my head for days, sometimes even weeks on end. Any tips on dealing with involuntary audiation?

    Random PC-UserRandom PC-User27 päivää sitten
  • 3:55 i got a whiplash from that spiciness

    Norton GartinoNorton Gartino27 päivää sitten
  • as if Eb isn't yellow

    KarzkinKarzkin27 päivää sitten
  • Does your piano slide out by itself to meet your fingers???!

    theguremthegurem28 päivää sitten
  • Did you watch tantacrul's video about sibelius?

    FantasticAngelFantasticAngel28 päivää sitten
  • How many pings has @Davie504 gotten?

    Dan LevasseurDan Levasseur28 päivää sitten
  • Also Jeffery Epstein didn't kill himself

    Luke SalazarLuke Salazar28 päivää sitten
  • I don’t have instagram or I would have asked there... any plans to do another video similar to the locrian video? maybe with Messiaen’s modes?

    Dustin GantDustin Gant28 päivää sitten
  • I used audiation when I was in school. I'd always study to the same music (an hour long metalcore mix) then before exams I'd just listen to that music non stop, and keeping it playing in my head during the exam. Definitely helped with exam stress and memory recall.

    SOMETHING FUNNYSOMETHING FUNNY28 päivää sitten
  • Is Instagram always the place to ask a question? I want to know what that spacey feeling arpeggiated stuff that sounds like the quintessential 80s is. You know, it's stereotypically a synth but also how the end of Eruption feels, or when Clancy's getting shot through space in The Midnight Gospel, etc. What's that called? What gives it that unique feeling? What does it take to make that work and how do I use it? Bit frustrating that I don't even know enough music theory to know what ask Google to learn for myself.

    Jordan SnyderJordan Snyder28 päivää sitten
  • I think using GarageBand with Apple Loops in middle school was an awesome introduction to production and basic mixing.

    Owen WalkerOwen Walker28 päivää sitten
  • "tessituras....whatever they do, I don't know" I feel seen LOL

    Diara Morris BowenDiara Morris Bowen28 päivää sitten
  • Hi Adam, long time watcher, but fairly recently starting musician here. I've been practicing guitar recently, and I remember hearing from somewhere (A Rob Scallon video probably) that the nature of a guitar is that its always slightly out of tune. I was wondering if this makes it weird for people who have perfect pitch, to listen to guitar?

    Aksu560Aksu56028 päivää sitten
  • What is the piano sliding out every time he goes to play it? Is that a piano feature or a video editing thing?

    paperheartzzpaperheartzz29 päivää sitten
  • Question for your next Q+A I want to start learning about jazz and all of it's theory jargon but I don't know where to get started, books? videos? improv? It's great to have so many resources but it's also hard to choose which one will work best, Thank you and your videos are amazing

    Kyan CameronKyan Cameron29 päivää sitten
  • That audiation bit was indeed an interesting topic! I wonder if people who can audiate really easily are also more prone to having songs stuck in their head. Data point of one, but it happens to me aaaaall the time, and sometimes multiple songs at once.

    some randosome rando29 päivää sitten
  • Por que no los dos?

    u de chileu de chile29 päivää sitten
  • Another thing worth noting about keeping your wide intervals low is that pitch is logarithmic with respect to frequency. 'Beating' artefacts however, like those you may use to tune your bass/guitar if you haven't got access to a tuner, are linear with respect to frequency. A tight interval where both elements are clearly perceptible when played up top may become a beating, clashy mess if played low because the two fundamentals and their overtones are now bunched up much closer together in terms of linear frequency. Linear effects like beating and tone fusion become less likely to occur the higher you play.

    hissfacehissface29 päivää sitten
  • music, language, images, colors... nothing is real, everything is interpretation.

    Ramon Felipe WagnerRamon Felipe Wagner29 päivää sitten
  • Hello Adam I've been listening to a lot of jazz reharmonisations and I've noticed that the most effective ones manage to introduce a lot of really obvious chromaticism while still managing to feel diatonic. How is this achieved? Whenever I try to reharmonise music, my chromaticism just feels very disjointed and out of key even when applying the usual reharmonisation concepts.

    Flying BurritoFlying Burrito29 päivää sitten
  • i can listen to music in my head and sometimes i cant pause it

    雪人Snowman雪人SnowmanUukausi sitten
  • 6:45 yea the worst thing is someone posted the worst part of your perf on sm..

    Tiga WuTiga WuUukausi sitten
  • If music is just wiggly air, does that mean everything we see is just wiggly light?

    Benjamin DanBenjamin DanUukausi sitten
    • Wiggly electric and magnetic fields but yes

      PokeDude1995PokeDude1995Uukausi sitten
  • Question for your next Q & A: Is there a limit on how different instruments you are able to learn before you just become mediocre on all of them? I'm a saxophonist who is now taking cello lessons which is a lot already but there are still so many other instruments I would love to be able to jam on.

    ZyfurZyfurUukausi sitten
  • I liked the Dingwall’s sound. But honestly I was surprised by how much I loved the sound of your P-Bass. I guess it’s a classic for a reason.

    Emmanuel MedinaEmmanuel MedinaUukausi sitten
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