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    hey, so im working in building up my studio and I'm going to be making a treated room, so due to size reasons I'm looking into options for drums. I was wondering if its better to run an acoustic kit or an electric ported through ez drummer. Looking for some input on this as im not an advanced drummer but I want the best sound I can get.

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    Real drums - if your room sounds good and you know how to mic and mix them.
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