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Recording Drums / Rooms

Postby Dave B » Wed Aug 24, 2016 4:05 pm

Just wanted to say that this is (another) great article. Not many of us get the chance to try different rooms out and this was a top notch article. I'm especially impressed with the audio - I can phase reverse the 'drum mix' out of the 'full mix' so someone has been very careful with the recording. Excellent stuff. Big props all round for this one!
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Re: Recording Drums / Rooms

Postby Martin Walker » Wed Aug 24, 2016 9:06 pm

Agreed - I read this feature in a single sitting, poring over very detail, as it made perfect sense but also had a few surprises.

Excellent stuff! :clap:


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Re: Recording Drums / Rooms

Postby DC-Choppah » Thu Sep 08, 2016 3:05 am

I really like the SNAP studio track. I think it sounds great at a gut feeling level. Anybody have an IR file for that room?!?

I wonder if you get the same dramatic difference in sound across the rooms if we used a convolution reverb from each of these rooms and applied it to the same dead track?
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Re: Recording Drums / Rooms

Postby Suntower » Tue Sep 20, 2016 7:04 am

Great article. MORE.

I would looooooooooooove to see this sort of thing with guitar amps. Bass amps. Everything.
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