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Chris demos Bass Taping with the Zoom H4!
“The H4 has made it so easy for me to jam out a new song and multi-track in minutes… no matter where I am. And I love having the ability to drag the track right into my I-Tunes via USB. It also makes it so simple to email it to friends. Thanks to the H4, recording and sharing my ideas has never been easier.”
Check out The Cult’s latest release:
“Born Into This”
Chris Wyse Bio:
If you’re only as good as the company you keep then Chris Wyse is hard rock royalty. Bassist for The Cult since 2001s “Beyond Good and Evil,” 2007s “Born Into This” , into 2008. Chris has entrenched himself in the rock n roll scene with high profile gigs and fun side projects with some of rock’s elite. Following work with Alice in Chains’ guitarist Jerry Cantrell, Wyse played for Ozzy Osbourne and recorded “Under Cover,” which was also released in the box set “Prince of Darkness.”
At the urging of producer Bob Rock, Metallica invited Wyse to audition, and he can be seen in the movie “Some kind of Monster.” Chris has been Bob’s “go-to” guy for several years, working for the first time on Tal Bachman’s debut album, featuring the single “She’s so High”. Chris is also a guest with “Camp Freddy” (Dave Navarro and Matt Sorum’s all-star jam band), which has a cast of musicians in one night with anyone from Linda Perry to Slash and everything in- between. Chris also was in the all-star group “Cardboard Vampyres” with Jerry Cantrell and Billy Duffy.
Not content to only lend his playing and sound to others, Chris also fronts his own group OWL, often playing double bass with over-drive, whah, bow etc… unveiling a whole other innovative and exciting side to the musician. Wyse just finished producing the debut OWL album at Matt Sorum’s Drac Studios, due out Summer 2008. The album promises to be filled with music that pushes the envelope in alternative music.