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26  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Seek drum chart on: September 26, 2006, 09:02:34 AM
so you got all the charts you needed, then?

ya all set?
27  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Metronome Recomendations? on: September 26, 2006, 08:58:59 AM
Yo Buzebus, so how'd did ya make out with your metronome search?

I know Australia is a big place.....but, when I was in Sydney I thought the guys at Drum City were pretty helpful/knowledgeable/friendly
 Cheesy

I've always been uncomportable with a click, unless it was the voice count from Roland (like it was shouting the time at me) 1,2,3,4..... Angry

anyone have any tricks or suggestions in this area.....other preferred metronomes,etc...

 Smiley
28  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Double Bass - Ballistic! on: September 26, 2006, 08:37:31 AM
anyone tried or succeeded or failed or whatever....with Joe Stronsick's Ballistic Bass Drumming techniques?
 :-?

i've been trying for a while, i guess my brain is so used to doing something a certain way for 30 years, its hard to change.

 Embarrassed
29  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - HardWare - Talk Drum Hardware / Re: DoubleBass Pedal- Please HELP!!! on: September 26, 2006, 08:23:50 AM
Are these the pedals that you went with? or is too soon to ask?

just curious....

i tend to ride up on the pedal, so a foot stop at the toe would not do for me. I although, was trained on a single pedal, jazz type teaching from a great dude who was a prodigy of a fairly famous jazz cat from the midwest in the 50's and 60's....

so anything regarding double bass intrigues me, cuz even at my age i'm still trying to learn it.
 Smiley

30  Web Site / Web Site Updates, Suggestions, and Support / Re: Drum Events Calendar Administrator Needed! on: September 23, 2006, 01:05:11 AM
you filled this spot yet Pasha?

I know i'm a newbie but I'd give it a try if no one else will.

31  Web Site / Web Site Updates, Suggestions, and Support / Re: More Than 200 posts on this Drum Forum! on: September 23, 2006, 01:01:25 AM
yeah I kinda like it here...

 Wink

hope that's ok?!?
32  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - REC Talk - Recording Drums / Re: I need two overheads. on: September 23, 2006, 12:59:18 AM
disregard that last post, man i'll tell ya.....I've been trying to get by with cheap mics now for a while, and they are barely adequate for rehearsing, they definitely are no good for recording, so I will take your advise and look into some of the ones you suggested.

You have six of them.....

as overheads or specifically placed on drums (ya know in tight)....??

33  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: CHECK THIS OUT! on: September 23, 2006, 12:54:30 AM
That dude wails man. That solo was kick-ass. He doesn't want his face on film though, huh?

I though then drums sounded and looked good
34  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Trigger pads are confusing! on: September 23, 2006, 12:43:36 AM
Thats cool.

as much as I think you'll have great success and a good time with the Roland SPD-S....and as much as I cannot speak highly enough about my Roland equipment....

There is nothing like that feeling, when your groovin with your band mates and its tight and the drums and cymbals (acoustics) just sound so friggin good!!!!!!!!!!!!

 Smiley
35  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Trigger pads are confusing! on: September 19, 2006, 11:55:24 PM
yo Reg....

how'd you end up? or are you still in the process of investigating/shopping around for a module/trigger setup?
36  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Modern Drummer on: September 19, 2006, 11:52:05 PM
I found a copy of Rythm while in Australia, ITS A VERY COOL MAG!

yeah, and free stuff (cd) is cool too!

I'm going to look on-line to find out if I can get a subscription to Rythm...

I thought it was a UK publication, isn't it?

37  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Favorite Bands on: September 17, 2006, 09:03:49 AM
Rush, Boston, 38 Special, Styx, Foreigner, Cheap Trick, STevie Ray Vaughn, Aerosmith, Motley Crue, the list I think is endless.....

 Smiley

WESTBURY DRUMS?

you got a pic?
38  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Seek drum chart on: September 17, 2006, 08:58:06 AM
i think i've found what you're looking for (the Blink 182 chart), also, let me know if there are others you may need, cause I should be able to either email or fax them to you

 Wink
39  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Trigger pads are confusing! on: September 10, 2006, 10:48:11 PM
some other locations for TONS of info regarding e-drums and sampling:

http://www.vdrums.com/forum/

http://www.edrumming.com/

fyi
Tim
40  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drums and Drum Setups / Re: Trigger pads are confusing! on: September 10, 2006, 10:45:41 PM
check this out:

http://www.rolandus.com/products/productdetails.aspx?ObjectId=537

i got into an SPD-S for approx $400.00 US plus about $20.00 for a 512mb CF Card

 Wink
41  Web Site / Web Site Updates, Suggestions, and Support / Re: drum live - hey yous guys / girls.... on: September 05, 2006, 05:28:23 PM
what's the deal with Drum Live....

kinda like myspace for the music world?

any feedback.....pros / cons....??

even for an old fart like me?

 Smiley
42  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - REC Talk - Recording Drums / Re: I need two overheads. on: September 05, 2006, 05:14:11 PM
i guess i should've said a feww hundred bucks for A PAIR of overheads.

(limited budget and all, right now)

i would use them more for gigging / monitoring....

(but you have set me in the right direction) Wink

so, any more ideas in this area, let me know
43  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: Your opinions are NEEDED Please! on: September 05, 2006, 05:11:01 PM
your pics are cool! - I thought so, and I was going to say: some of the fills sounded like on roto toms.
and voila~
you've got them.

the first tune: Real Lust: in regards to the music, the first thought that came to mind: Irish Folk Music

the 2nd: XO: dance music

American / European - i'm not qualified to make that determination.

it sounds good to me. So, if you were weightless at the ISS when you recorded it, so be it.

the drumming: 1-100....veryt solid (IMO) 85+
 Smiley
44  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: So How Old? on: September 05, 2006, 05:02:04 PM
actually, the guy told me that I did not have the correct  'ombesher' (or however it is spelled) to play a wind instrument like the Coronet (and I wasn't going for a clarinet or whatever).....

I guess I was trying to make a funny on the last post (excuse me)
45  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drum Talk - Drum Techniques / Re: Your opinions are NEEDED Please! on: September 05, 2006, 09:24:15 AM
I enjoyed both tunes immensly! (wish I had spell check)  I would love to get the mp3's of them for my portable! Smiley

You wouldn't have put those songs on here if you didn't think/know that they were pretty darn good!
(and I don't mean that comment in a derogatory way at all) I'm just saying...'you Know they are good!'
and you probably need some top-notch pro critique (which you won't get from me) Grin

I particularly liked the panning on the fills. You multitrack this yourself? Toms sound great! What drums were used on these tracks?

great tunes dude!
 Smiley
46  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: So How Old? on: September 05, 2006, 09:02:42 AM
back in the day.....

and by the sound of how old a lot of you dudes are, probably before you were born, anyway...

they (who they are, i'm not sure) used to come around your grade school (elementary school) around the third grade recruiting for the band program,....I used to watch this show on TV (yeah smart ass, they had TV back then Grin), anyway, I used to watch 'F-Troop', so I wanted to play the Bugel. The music dude says, we have the Coronet, but not a Bugel, ok, so I try it and it doesn't work out....cool!

Back then, if you weren't any good at a wind instrument, you were put in the drum section.

thank God for that!
 Smiley
47  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Modern Drummer on: September 05, 2006, 08:52:57 AM
I have subscriptions to MD,DRUM!,and now the new TRAPS!

for the cost, they are all great!

I love checking out all the new gear, along with a bunch of other great interviews and info!

also, my fav, their great give-aways! check it out

T

 Wink
48  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Pawn Shops Are Shady!!!! on: September 05, 2006, 08:48:41 AM
If you have the time,energy,digital camera, etc

try to sell them on EBAY!

set a fair minimum amount that you'll take for them and there ya go!

 Smiley
49  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - REC Talk - Recording Drums / Re: I need two overheads. on: August 24, 2006, 12:43:07 PM
thanks dude!
50  Drum Forums / Drum Forum - Drummers Discussions - General / Re: Bands on: August 24, 2006, 12:30:30 PM
the current band i'm working with I found on Bandmix.com

(for that matter i met my wife on match.com - I guess the internet has been good to me)

try this for in the UK:

http://bandmix.co.uk/

good luck!
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