Morning from sunny West Yorkshire UK,
I am not a drummer, I do play drums though. I picked it up when I was 41. I practiced many hours a day initially on a Roland TD10 kit then this wonderful Gretsch Renown Maple kit with A Zildjian Pro cymbals. Sadly the Gretsch were sacrificed in the many moves my family and I have made.
Over the years I've gradually taken on the job of *the guy who records stuff* in the three bands I play in.
My setup is focused on staying portable and leaning towards fast/easy to setup and break down, with all of my mics plugging into a Zoom Livetrak L-20. I don't own any ribbons or tube mics, and unlikely to in the short term.
Not all of us have a big drum room but still wants to record real drums. This little tip will help simulate a room mic being far away in a big room... It works if you record with 1 or 2 room mic. Let me know how it works for you when you test it or if it's already this way that you do it !
Anyone know of any plugins that have precomposed drum loops? I have Spectrasonics Stylus but I'm kind of worn out my use of those loops.
Hi, In this video I'll give you some tips to use the object function, Audio to Midi in order to do drum replacements or enhancement.
Tell me what you think !
I hope you are all well in those hard times.
Me, I'm still working my day job from home as an It Technician.
I had a few requests for more Magix tuto so here's one about quantizing drums :
Le me know what you think ! ;
I am looking into buying a Roland Tm-2 but am a little confused about which cords I need to get to make my intended trigger setup work.
I intend to use a Roland PD-8 Dual Drum pad, a mono snare trigger, and a mono bass drum trigger.
Even though the TM-2 only has 2 inputs, I am pretty sure I can achieve this setup by using some kind of splitter with the two mono triggers.
Can anyone tell me if this setup is possible and which cords I am going to need to make it happen?
Thanks for any info!
In this video, I demo some bass drum mics and show you can EQ them to fit in a mix. Sennheiser E602 II Sennheiser MD421 AKG D112 Shure SM57 Audio Technica Pro25 Microphone-parts DiY T47
Sennheiser E602 II
Audio Technica Pro25
Microphone-parts DiY T47