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    I just recorded these for a local artist yesterday....These are completely dry...the only thing I have added is a little compression to the snare. I know there is a ring in the snare that I have to EQ out but Ill get to that once the rest of the tracks are complete.

    Just thought Id share....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TelePaul
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    Seems to be fixed now.

    That's pretty cool Jeremy...some good playing, and I think you got it recorded pretty well. What's the setup like?
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    Sounds pretty good to me! I personally favor a wider stereo image for the cymbals (they seem kinda left-of-center?) but I think this will translate pretty well post-mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogman
    What's the setup like?

    my free pair of MSH-1's overhead....thanks MSHilarious....
    Senheiser e604's on all 3 toms and an e609 on the snare
    Beta 52 on kick.

    all running into an M-audio Octane and from there into a Delta 1010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thajeremy
    my free pair of MSH-1's overhead....thanks MSHilarious....
    Senheiser e604's on all 3 toms and an e609 on the snare
    Beta 52 on kick.

    all running into an M-audio Octane and from there into a Delta 1010.
    Cool. I need to eventually record my drums with more than 2 overheads...when I learn to play something....so I'm sort of looking at different setups. I like the sound my MSH's capture for overheads....they work pretty fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thajeremy
    I just recorded these for a local artist yesterday....These are completely dry...the only thing I have added is a little compression to the snare. I know there is a ring in the snare that I have to EQ out but Ill get to that once the rest of the tracks are complete.

    Just thought Id share....

    Drums
    Bad mistake. I wouldnt use EQ to solve ring in a snare. I would have made sure the ring wasnt there at tracking for sure. Using small bits of tape can really help or maybe even thin bits of foam.

    The snare sounds a little waek and the toms sound a bit loose.
    Nice OH placement. Good stereo spread.

    Eck


    Ahh I forgot you havent EQd them yet. Not bad

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