Drum record session on pro tools... solos in each mic to hear separetely

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by HertzStudio, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. HertzStudio

    HertzStudio Active Member

    Dec 24, 2012

    Recording drums on pro tools hd. Just test some volumes and solos before recording. Just a standart Sabian B8 to test the signal flow. The drum was a Mapex Venus with a Ton 10' V series and Evans Drumheads EC2S. Almost flat sound, just a litle eq trhough joemeek threeq on kick and snare, good sound, easy do mix I think.

    D112 - Kick
    Sm57 - Snare top
    Beta 57 - Snare bottom
    BeyerDynamic opus 53 - Hi Hat
    MD 421 and E604 - Tons
    C414 - Room
    Avantone Ck-1 - Over Heads


    Joemeek ThreeQ - Kick and Snare Top
    Ua 710 - Snare Botton
    Presonus Digitube - Hi Hat
    Octopre MKII - Tons
    Arsenal Audio Ar20 - Overs
    Isa One - Room
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

    Sep 26, 2005
    Well that was a very nice job of recording drums. First rate. Great tone A number one. And you just discovered that you could record 16 simultaneous microphones on a single drum set? Wow I didn't know you could count that hi? Did you have to smoke something? Anything at all? I think there's something about being south of the equator that makes drums easier to record and sound better than on the Northern Hemisphere? And that was fine sounding recording. It's certainly not going to go down the toilet in the wrong direction. Maybe your drums sounded so good because they have figured out how to speak Portuguese? I know it is know that when I hear somebody speaking a language that sounds like Spanish, French, German, Italian, Greek, it's usually Portuguese.

    I'd love to go to Brazil in the winter? All you get is a sunburn during the winter time up here. No painful bikini waxing either.

    I am so pale.
    Mx. Remy Ann David

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