This is my first post here so first I'll say hi. Maybe someone can help me with a drum treatment. I'm trying to get a really tight, I guess dry drum sound, like what I hear on some recordings recently, in particular on recordings by a band called Pinback if you know them. If not try listening to Prog or X.I.Y (http://www.amazon.com/gp/recsradio/radio/B00005QXEL/ref=pd_krex_listen_dp_img?ie=UTF8&refTagSuffix=dp_img) and I think you'll hear it right away even though the quality is so low. It sounds to me like regular acoustic drums, but processed somehow differently than I know how to do. Maybe it's all samples pre-processed somehow. Maybe they mic every drum separately, or stuff pillows in every drum shell, I dunno. I typically record drums with snare, BD, and overhead mics, or I use a drum sampler with an acoustic sample set. This typically works out for more "live" sounding stuff, but for songs that need a more controlled or refined sound, they just sound too raw. Maybe too much shell ringing, or mic bleed, or maybe too much room coming through. On the Pinback stuff it sounds a bit like they're playing in a really super dead room then adding a little reverb for space. I've tried playing around with compression and gating without much luck. I'm curious to know how I can get that sound with what I have to work with, which is a non-dead room, and samples.