I like it, and I agree it sounds great, but do you use triggers. I mean, do you sample the snare then use triggers to replicate that sound?drum_bum":2e57gtd6 said:sounds gd!love the sound of you snare!
pyrokatana":hmy0bv88 said:I like it, and I agree it sounds great, but do you use triggers. I mean, do you sample the snare then use triggers to replicate that sound?
I've heard that its been done before and it makes it sound great
take it for what it is... this guy a solid player! he had all his chops down and very smooth changing grooves. We all can't be Neil Peart ... this guy is what good druming is about.PatternsInTheIvy":2nrza8f2 said:Good drum sound. Nice tuning, decent playing. Just not my cup of tea I guess.
hey man,scepticILL":3negbfc7 said:You're good, and your kit sounds awesome. I assure from the drums that your bands probably plays hardcore/metalcore, but I gotta ask how you get that loud thud (sounds kinda like an explosion) when the breakdown begins right after you hit the china. A lot of bands/drummers have that in their song to kick off the breakdowns, and I can't figure out how they do it.
Perhaps you are... I suspect that had we been able to actually hear the music along with what he was tracking... you'd prolly hear why he was playing the way he played. I see skills in the performance.I dont know if im being too picky, if i am, just dissregard this
Look out for how your aligning stuff. It's not always on every time you do your grooves. it's not on the beat, or off beat, or even subdivisions of those. i mean like little doubles in your groove are late at some times.