if he can play to a click (i assume u r using a click) and can hit his instruments ok you'll be fine...Originally Posted by Boldaz-Lepton
it depends what you want to achieve, really. if you want a distinct sound throughout the whole album make sure you record all drum tra ks at the same studio. if you are going for the different requirements the different songs may have you might as well approach it on a song by song basis.2. would you suggest recording all the drums for the album together or doing each song as a whole?
i think you should work on the drum sound as soon as you know where you are going soundwise. if you work on it right away you'll have to adjust later on according to the other instruments, but it might give the other players a better idea of where you're headed. if you're not sure where you're going better leave it untouched and work on it as soon as the other instruments start coming in...hth...3. If you think it`s better to record all the drum tracks first, would you leave them unmixed (untouched) and wait until all the other instruments are recorded or would you start working on the final sound for the drums at once?