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    I love the Drum Bible personally. Don't feel it hokey at all, while I haven't used it in years I refered to it frequently during my early years of tuning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seafroggys View Post
    I love the Drum Bible personally. Don't feel it hokey at all, while I haven't used it in years I refered to it frequently during my early years of tuning.
    When I read it, it came off as legit. I actually enjoyed reading it too. But I don't the real deal about tuning drums so I have little authority on the subject. Until we have something that we agree is better, we will keep the drum tuning bible up there.

    Sticky? Not yet, it needs to kick serious ass to be sticky. We have a bit more work and refining to do.

    Yes, the best way to learn in a studio is to have hands/ears on experience. But when we turn to writing and books, shouldn't the reading be rich and accurate? This is the list I'm hoping to create. To weed out the articles that just don't make the cut. Sure it's good to read all the information you can but for early research I believe it's best to start off with an accurate and reputable source.

    I am not qualified to make a list of the best of the best. But collectively, we can decide what articles are the best of the best. I hope you can agree and oblige.

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    posted this one a couple of times...great on recording vocals

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    I would really love for more people to chime in on either suggestions or deletions. I think we could really compile a good list collectively.

    Please chime in! Threads like these can enrich the forum!

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    Here's a link (with pix!!!!) to the Glyn Johns method of drum micing:

    http://www.blaxploitation.com/drums/

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    Good idea for a thread. Might make for stickie status.

    Eric, are you copying the new links to the first post?? If so, after one week, you won't be able to edit anymore. Let me know which links to add and I will help out.

    Here's my suggestions:

    Ethan Winer's article on Acoustic Treatment is a must read:
    http://www.ethanwiner.com/acoustics.html

    And I like to refer people to Sweetwater's article on PC optimization:
    http://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/...hp?Index=30058

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAMI View Post
    Here's a link (with pix!!!!) to the Glyn Johns method of drum micing:

    http://www.blaxploitation.com/drums/
    I knew something was missing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili View Post
    Eric, are you copying the new links to the first post?? If so, after one week, you won't be able to edit anymore. Let me know which links to add and I will help out.
    Chili,

    Yes I'm editing the post. I thought as long as I kept editing it, it would push back the time to edit. Didnt know it was only a week of edits.

    Since this is the case, maybe I can copy and paste my post into a new post as we edit the list after the first week. Then if we decide it is sticky approved, I will let you know the "final" list. This way I'm not bothering you every time I want to take something out or put something in.

    Since I can still edit, I'll put in bold print that the updated list will appear later in the thread. (and I'll update that one as much as needed for that one week to not dilute this thread with what would look like a bunch of repeat posts.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chili View Post
    Ethan Winer's article on Acoustic Treatment is a must read:
    http://www.ethanwiner.com/acoustics.html
    Already made the cut but certainly essential for any home recorder wanting to take recording more seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erockrazor View Post
    Chili,

    Yes I'm editing the post. I thought as long as I kept editing it, it would push back the time to edit. Didnt know it was only a week of edits.
    You might be able to keep making edits, haven't seen it happen, so don't know for sure. Let me know one way or the other.

    Since this is the case, maybe I can copy and paste my post into a new post as we edit the list after the first week. Then if we decide it is sticky approved, I will let you know the "final" list. This way I'm not bothering you every time I want to take something out or put something in.
    Let's try it this way and see how it works. But the mods are here to do this kind of stuff, so it's no bother at all. PM me with what you want to do. It's your thread, you get to manage it.

    Since I can still edit, I'll put in bold print that the updated list will appear later in the thread. (and I'll update that one as much as needed for that one week to not dilute this thread with what would look like a bunch of repeat posts.)
    Not quite sure I follow. I think it's best to keep all the links in the first post. We can help you do the edits, no problem. I think after a week or so, all the popular links will be posted and updates won't happen as often. Just let us know what you'd like to do.

    Thanks!!!

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