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Loved working on this. Great tune Mr Cody Tripp. Pork Pie Little Squealer drums and Zildjian K cymbals. Close miked and recorded onto a Boss 1600 HD recorder.
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MajorTom_III
Super awesome+1
petebass
Wow! great drums buddy, and welcome:);)+1
OliVBee
cool drumming :) welcome onboard !+1
Shi
nice rocking drums there Grasshouse, welcome to the loops from me :)+1
francisco al
bom trabalho, Grasshouse+1
DanDiplo
Really tight drums that follow every accent perfectly. But you need to work on your mastering, as very quiet, which ain't good for this genre :)+0
March 22 2017 16:58:30
DanDiplo
Grasshouse Yeah,it's pretty primitive how I've done it. I recorded the recording from my Boss to a sd card on my Tascam. It's lost a lot of level on the way. Thanks for the kudos 😊 +0
March 22 2017 17:08:11
DanDiplo
DanDiplo The drum sound is great, just the levels. If you can, grab Audacity - http://www.audacityteam.org/ - and use the Normalize function on the .wav - see http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/amplify_and_normalize.html +2
March 22 2017 20:38:12
DanDiplo
OliVBee hate to say it but normalizing is a very touchy subject ... as the "normalize" function will also boost any undesirable sound like hiss and white or pink noise ... i would in no way do that on a stem track but it would probably work decently on the mix like you suggested :) +0
March 22 2017 20:43:46
DanDiplo
DanDiplo True, best thing to do is record at highest level possible without clipping (and use a compressor to get rid of transients), but on a loud track noise is less of an issue :) +1
March 22 2017 20:47:40
DanDiplo
OliVBee my usual process is about the opposite ... i normally record single tracks somewhere between -12 and -5db ... the final listening level is a whole different slice of pizza ... +1
March 22 2017 21:09:40
DanDiplo
DanDiplo Yeah, true, you want to leave some headroom on individual tracks. Main thing is not to be too quiet you get noise and too loud you can't mix. +1
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