Like I said,Straight up, youre not serving me, youre too good a musician...What do i want done...Hahahha..You'll be like. Bam! And do it. Then be all.. 'You got served'
eh....Gimme the bonus plan.
You're quite fond of making [absolute] statements that on examination are actually nonsense
I had an 'eye opening moment that led to tests in my early days. Basically- finding strings of flat tops (along with some bits of odd sounds if I recall)* while the chain indicated headroom. Upshot was SDCs I tried -Octavia, QTC-1 needed quite some distance to not clip regardless of what the levels indicated. The two likely were different but in the range of some feet here.I've always found distance (and a good room of course) is the key to hand percussion. You can get away with a slow dynamic (SM7b, RE20, PR40, etc.) a couple feet away from shakers and rain sticks, maracas, etc. I want to be just about across the room with a pair of condensers for resonant transients like cowbell and woodblocks, concert bells, etc. For ultra-transients like tambourine and triangle, somewhere in an adjacent zip code.