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51  Web Site / Web Site Updates, Suggestions, and Support / Drum Setup Application Development on: February 21, 2010, 08:31:37 PM
Resizing works great! (in my opinion)... And I forgot... I dont know pearl, but can do a few basic things in PHP and of course can help with images, css html... So if you need any help, just mention it and you got it Wink
52  Web Site / Web Site Updates, Suggestions, and Support / Drum Setup Application Development on: February 21, 2010, 08:02:04 PM
WOW!!! - It looks VERY promising!!

Using javascript is exactly the way I wanted it to be done! - Fundamentally I think it is very close to be ready, although it is only my opinion...

Some thoughts:

What about :

Resizing drums by dragging the corners of the image on stage??
Rotating images on stage?

Saving user drum setup?
Recalling user Drum setup?
Multiple drum setups per user?

What do you think??
53  Web Site / Web Site Updates, Suggestions, and Support / Drum Setup Application Development on: February 21, 2010, 01:32:54 PM
Very interesting! - Keep us in touch, and thanks a lot for trying to dig it out!
54  Web Site / Web Site Updates, Suggestions, and Support / Re: Forum Rules. on: February 21, 2010, 03:20:13 AM
* SPAM WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!!!

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We reserve the right to delete, without a notice, ANY content that WE consider to be SPAM!
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55  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - HardWare - Talk Drum Hardware / Re: Premier Lugs on: February 16, 2010, 10:56:11 AM
Did you try special-ordering the part from Premier??
56  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: The STANDARD sound on: January 29, 2010, 02:04:26 PM
Ditto!

Count me in on that "just one drummer's opinion"! - So now its NOT just One, but TWO drummers opinions Wink!

And for some reason I believe lots of others will join you... US on that one!!!
57  Web Site / Account, Profile Tips and Tricks / Re: Animated Drum Set Configuration on: January 06, 2010, 10:54:43 PM
Do you mean the profile pic (the one on the left to your post) or the drum setup page?
58  General Chit-Chat / General Chit-Chat / Re: Introduce Yourself on: January 06, 2010, 10:44:24 PM
i waz born to b a drummer

That is a pretty serious statement there... Shocked
59  Beginner Drum Forum / Beginner Drum Forum - Beginner Drummers Feedback Area / Re: Me Attempting a Song by, "The Who" on: December 02, 2009, 03:11:54 AM
I just noticed my vid is gone, I think I deleted it from Youtube.  PASHA I now use www.clipser.com  is the embeding the same? 

To tell you the truth, I don't know, just try it and we will see...
60  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Drum Solo Artist website Polls on: December 02, 2009, 02:39:09 AM
Grin That is some great drum/drummers statistics!

Thanks a lot!
61  General Chit-Chat / General Chit-Chat / Re: Holidays on: November 26, 2009, 01:49:04 PM
Happy Thanksgiving To Everyone!!
62  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Good tom Heads for Blues and a good snare drum. on: September 30, 2009, 04:54:41 AM
Hello, Any suggestions on bass drum heads?


I'll be a bit more laconic if you don't mind...

Remo Power Stroke 3 on the outside and Evans EQ2 on the beater side is my favorite combo...
63  Web Site / Web Site Updates, Suggestions, and Support / Re: Forum Rules. on: September 22, 2009, 10:18:26 AM
*Spamming over PM, chat, this drummers forum, blogs or any other way will not be tolerated!

Anyone who will use any spam techniques at Drum Solo Artist will be removed immediately!

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By next week new users will not be able to use PM Compose services at Drum Solo Artist until they will reach at least 10 points.

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64  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Cymbal Talk - Drum Cymbals / Re: My hi hat set-up on: May 24, 2009, 07:30:55 PM
No, I am right handed, and yes, the right hat is my primary...

Cheers.
65  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: Heel Toe single stroke rolls on: May 01, 2009, 07:21:57 PM
 Smiley Welcome back!!
66  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: Heel Toe single stroke rolls on: May 01, 2009, 12:57:50 AM
With Gunnar's permission, I will paste his latest email to me hope this will clear the air at least a bit:

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I will come back, yes, I read the post. Let me tell you things are bad down here in Iceland, I mean realy bad and if I ofended you guys Im sorry but things are just plain bad here thats all I can say. The economic meltdown of Iceland is a human disaster really and I have absolutely no idea how this will end here, lot of people are moving elsewhere . Feel free to post this for Ken and the other guys untill I log in again.
 
Gunnar
67  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Ska Freaks! on: April 30, 2009, 04:57:46 PM
well kids if you want to...

A bit out of subject here, but Thank you, I take it as a compliment  Wink
68  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: Heel Toe single stroke rolls on: April 30, 2009, 04:55:29 PM
I will email him the link to this thread tonight... Perhaps he will consider reading it...
69  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: Heel Toe single stroke rolls on: April 24, 2009, 05:42:47 PM
I did, and frankly I still can not understand what went wrong...

In any case from the discussion with Gunnar (aka patafla) I started to get the feeling that one of my replies has actually offended him, and because I highly and equally value all the members of Drum Solo Artist, I decided to restrict my self from "jumping in to every conversation", so from now on I will enter a discussion only if a discussion requires moderation, or someone asks a question that is directed specifically to me.

I am sorry, but I had to take some steps to ensure something like this does not happen again....

Cheers.
70  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: Heel Toe single stroke rolls on: April 23, 2009, 07:13:00 PM
Well as I see Gunnar decided to cancel his account, so in order to make it less confusing to other users, I will go on and remove the links pointing to the article entitled "Heel Toe single stroke rolls" as the article does not exist anymore...

Gunnar, if you are reading this, you were a valuable part of this community and I am sorry to see you go... Sad
71  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: Heel Toe single stroke rolls on: April 23, 2009, 06:53:35 PM
Hmm... For some reason the article was removed from the wiki section... Do you want me to check the server logs and to restore it? Or in case you have removed it yourself, do you want me to remove all the links pointing to it from other pages on DSA Huh?
72  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Duallist drum pedals on: April 23, 2009, 02:41:44 AM
Definitely! - Personally I am more than convinced (and it is actually already proven by history) that in the end of the day, guys like Ken who actually build their sound the conventional way will rock a lot harder than anyone with the standard sound!

In my opinion ROCK is ALL about Breaking All The Rules! - And there is Nothing "standard" about that!! Grin
73  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Duallist drum pedals on: April 22, 2009, 02:02:39 PM
That is a great attitude Ken, but I believe we have successfully entered the era of recording in this industry where the industry... I quote one of the producers I have worked with:

The industry requires the standard sound.

What ever that means I dont know, but my impression of that term is compressing the hell out of the real drum sound, than quantizing the real notes so that they would sound like a drum machine (or even replacing them altogether with MIDI and re-triggering the MIDI with some samples from a "standard sounding" sample library, etc, etc, etc, etc...

End result : You get the standard sound! - You will sound JUST LIKE ANY OTHER GUY OUT THERE, - cause they also used the same methods and samples so after the quantizing the "sounds" coming out of your drumming are practically the same!

They say the "standard sound" not only makes the life of the mixing engineer better, but also helps big time later on with the mastering process... - I guess they have the "standard presets" ready for such albums, so the whole mastering process is a snap!

In my opinion, the only thing that is missing from that picture is the drum machine that can automatically guess the most standard sounding drum parts for the material required!

This way the recording companies would be able to save some recording time and money by not requiring the drummers to be present for the album recording altogether!! Grin Grin Grin


I recall (and I dont want to disclose any names here, you can google them up if you desire) but the producer of the Untouchables by Korn has successfully made the "Complete Final Mixdown" of the entire album in less than 30 minutes! (for those who dont know the album length is well over an hour!) - Believe it or not, it is up to you!!! Shocked But I guess there was quite a bit of "Standard Sound" going on there, and perhaps... Standard Mix Down that didn't even require the producer to even listen to the whole thing??? Huh

So getting back to the subject... In my opinion ANY devises like the Duallist drum pedals is nothing compared to what is going on behind the scenes in this industry, and the only concern there is, is how the drummer him/her self feel about using those devises!
74  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Mic'ing a non-ported bass drum in a live performance setting on: April 22, 2009, 01:43:13 PM
Sure... I'll try to do that tonight...

And concerning the question, I never said I have the knowledge of a pro engineer, but from the methods you have mentioned, I can not think about anything else... - I think you covered them all...

Well unless you would consider a multi-mic setup as "another method", than you can try combination (mix) of mics in the front (beater side) and back side of the bass drum.

But in my experience that method, proved to be one of the most impractical ones for live gigs...

Adding an extra mic + cable + mix channel is simply not worth it, cause almost the same effect can be achieved simply by matching the sound coming from a single mic by adjusting the channels EQ and compression...

Lets see what others will add...

PS: do you have any particular problem with your bass drum sound or you just want to hear other opinions?
75  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Mic'ing a non-ported bass drum in a live performance setting on: April 22, 2009, 02:12:20 AM
What about triggers? - Are you ruling them out?

Just wanted to confirm the question...

Thanks
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