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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_L View Post
    Don't worry about. You will always suck.
    So says you. I will pwn teh drums.
    "turn up the good turn down the suck"

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    Thanks Greg...answers some of the questions I've had lately.
    I really...really...REALLY have no idea what I'm talking about...AT ALL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Allen View Post
    Thanks Greg...answers some of the questions I've had lately.
    Cool. I can'y play for shit, but I hope this helps with recording.

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    This has helped me loads thankyou for sharing

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    Finding out how people do their thing is one of the best ways of learning in this "crazy hobby" of ours. If something has worked for someone, I tend to feel it's generally workable at some point. The thing I like about this piece is that it comes from someone that tends to come across as hugely opinionated on almost everything, yet, often, beyond all that are some really quite challenging and valuable insights.
    I feel that there are so many different drum sounds and ways of getting those sounds and this piece, without a doubt is required reading for those looking at different ways, particularly because it doesn't claim to be the only or rightest way. I also like the fact that it takes into account different grades of kit, less than ideal rooms and poverty !

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimtraveller View Post
    Finding out how people do their thing is one of the best ways of learning in this "crazy hobby" of ours. If something has worked for someone, I tend to feel it's generally workable at some point. The thing I like about this piece is that it comes from someone that tends to come across as hugely opinionated on almost everything, yet, often, beyond all that are some really quite challenging and valuable insights.
    I feel that there are so many different drum sounds and ways of getting those sounds and this piece, without a doubt is required reading for those looking at different ways, particularly because it doesn't claim to be the only or rightest way. I also like the fact that it takes into account different grades of kit, less than ideal rooms and poverty !
    Thanks a lot.

    You can also regularly hear my drums in action in the mp3 clinic.

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    thanks!

    Thanks so much for writing this. It helped put things in perspective for me as a drummer. I'm starting out my home studio with vdrums, but hope to record real drums someday, and you've given me the confidence to attempt it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mindrought View Post
    Thanks so much for writing this. It helped put things in perspective for me as a drummer. I'm starting out my home studio with vdrums, but hope to record real drums someday, and you've given me the confidence to attempt it.
    Sure, do it. Real drums are the way to go!

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    Great stuff! One day I'll let the EZ-Drummer go and play em myself haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itaughttremonti View Post
    Great stuff! One day I'll let the EZ-Drummer go and play em myself haha.
    There's nothing wrong with ezdrummer if that's what you have to use. But there's a definite satisfaction in getting good acoustic drum tracks.

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