OK so I have a 29' x 29' room with 21' ceilings... what's your ideal drum placement!?
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.
Everything else sounds like it should, but my drum recordings sound off. I know why....
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 !
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!