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Question: Love your music. How are you miking your drums in your recordings? It sounds minimal and perfect.
Asked by Darren (70.29.217.x) on November 12 2018, 2:03pm
Reply on November 12 2018, 4:21pm:
    Thanks!

    At the moment two kits are set up: the first, Andre's old slingerland, has a large diaphragm condenser above and to the side (equidistant from the snare), and a E604 on the kick (outside). The second kit, the Sonor Bop, has a XY pair of condensers above, a E604 on the snare, and a Audix kick mic (forget the model) inside the kick. Before the Slingerland showed up, I had E604s on the toms of the Bop, but meh. :)


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  • Posted by Teee (70.178.64.x) on November 12 2018, 5:08pm:
    I happened to stumble onto yesterday's stream. Good stuff. It ended up being the soundtrack to a couple of hours of doing some geometry. How much of yesterday's stuff was improvised?

  • Posted by Justin on November 12 2018, 9:05pm:
    Thanks! The songs are very loosely defined so I'd guess they are about 75% improvised but with things we end up going to/aruond...


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