Hey guys. I have always used EZdrummer, but for the first time I am working on a song with real acoustic drums that were recorded in a professional studio. I have a couple questions for you guys who have done this a few times: -Two matching condenser mics recorded the room sound from about 25 feet in front of the drum kit. Everything is in phase, but the room mics are delayed a little bit since the sound takes a moment to travel from the drums to the room mics. Do you guys ever bump the room and overheads up a few milliseconds to make them sound more synchronized? I have been experimenting, and I found that if I bump the overheads up -10ms and the rooms -30ms it makes the kit sound tighter, but not quite as fat and full. Is this something people actually do? You could delay the room mics by a few milliseconds to get a fatter sounding kit. -Also, what tracks do you guys use gating on? I've been experimenting with gating the kick and snare, but it's hard to avoid ruining the attack. Maybe I should get into the world of triggering, but I don't know where to start. These are things I never had to deal with using MIDI drum samples, and need some direction on.