- Illuminating Music Podcast: Art of Elan podcast from Jory Herman
- Bass Works in July
- Ask Geoff and Lauren – How to Break Through a Plateau
- New Franck Sonata videos from Matthew McDonald
- 30th Anniversary of Bradetich Master Classes
Thanks to our sponsors!
This episode is brought to you by D’Addario Strings! Check out their Helicore strings, which are are designed, engineered, and crafted at the D’Addario string factory in New York and come in orchestral, hybrid, pizzicato, and solo string sets.
Enter our latest string giveaway for Helicore strings at contrabassconversations.com/strings!
Rosin Saver is a revolutionary storage device that keeps bass rosin feeling as fresh as the day it was made. It was developed in Sweden by a pair professional bassists and Rice graduates. What makes bass rosin so soft and sticky is the addition of natural waxes and solvents. Basically, as these evaporate, your rosin becomes a dry, powdery and useless.
Rosin Saver prevents this evaporation by completely saturating the air surrounding your rosin, The result is rosin that always feels and sounds great regardless of the weather, temperature or venue and vastly extends the life of rosin.
Rosin Saver is used by members of top orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, the MET orchestra, the Los Angles Philharmonic, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Seattle Symphony, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra among many others.
Use the promo code ‘HEATH’ at checkout for 10% off any and all orders from rosinsaver.com.