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    Yup, he does. His voice is naturally classic NY lowlife. I've spent a lot of time in NYC, lots of people talk like him and it's awesome.

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    Great job, Greg... This is a big help. Hugs....

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    I used the Recorderman and it sounds 1000% better. Simple instructions. Now I just need to learn how to play.
    Wow, now I feel really stupid. Thanks.

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    very well put there.. i.m about to record my first acoustic drum kit in an untreated room.(dining room) ..i told the drummer learn the song ,tune the drums and find your most comfortable drum set for his seating. i'll set up the mics ,only using 4(2 scm, snare and kick) .

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    nvm

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    Nicely done!

    Great feedback for drums. Have you ever checked out Mike Major's how to record drums? It's kinf of similar to your style. You should check it out! Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzsniffvoyage View Post
    I used the Recorderman and it sounds 1000% better. Simple instructions. Now I just need to learn how to play.
    Any chance you could post that as an MP3 attachment?

    Dave.

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    Not exactly an .mp3 - you can check it out H E R E There's a player at the bottom of the page, you can hear a clip.
    Failure - - the path of least persistence
    And, uh, oh - hire a decorator to come in here quick, 'cause... DAMN.

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    thanks for this interesting guide!

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    Old post, but information is still helpful. Thanks for the guide.

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