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Old June 22nd, 2012, 06:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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YT: Drum track from a song "Indiscipline" by Festival of Mutilation

Hey, just wanted to post this:


It's a death metal band from Sarajevo, and the drummer is Marko Gacnik. I did recording, mixing and mastering. I'm only posting the drum track at this moment since I'm not done with the corrections on guitars, bass... The equipment was:

Drums:
- Mapex Saturn in Walnut Transparent finish (22x18" bass drum, 10x8" & 12x9" rack toms, 16x16" floor tom)
- Mapex Black Panther Blaster snare 13x7"

Cymbals (from drummer's left to right):
- 16" Paiste Alpha China
- 14" Paiste old Alpha Power Hats
- 17" Paiste Alpha Rock Crash
- 10" Paiste Alpha Metal Splash
- 18" Paiste Alpha Rock Crash
- 10" Paiste Alpha X-Hats
- 22" Paiste Alpha Metal Ride
- 18" Paiste Alpha China

Hardware:
- Various Tama Roadpro and Sonor Hardware 400 stands
- Pearl Demon Drive double pedal (max spring tension, heavy feel, power cam setting)

Mics:
- Overheads: 2x Rode NT1a
- Snare: Audix i5
- Kick Inside: AKG D112
- Kick Outside: AKG D112
- Toms: 3x AKG D40
- HiHat: Audio Technica AT4041
- Ride: Audio Technica AT4041
- Ambience: Shure SM57
- Room: Thomann SCT800

Interface / Preamps / AD Conversion:
- Focusrite Saffire Pro 40
- Behringer ADA8000


Cheerz and hope you like it
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Instruments: Sonor Force 2007 drums, Pearl MCX snare, Paiste and Zildjian cymbals, Peavey 6505 amp head, Custom made 2x12 guitar cabinet, Maxon OD-820 pedal, Ddrum triggers, Alesis Trigger i/O,
Recording/Mixing: Shure SM57, Audio Technica AT4041 x2, AKG D112, AKG C430 x2, AKG D40 x3, Rode NT1A x2, Audix i5, Thomann SC1100, Thomann SCT800, Focusrite Saffire Pro 40, Behringer ADA8000, Yamaha HS80M x2, Radial Pro RMP, AKG K171 MkII
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 08:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Cool playing, but unless you want critique (it's useless to critique an isolated drum track), it doesn't belong in rate my mix.
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Old June 23rd, 2012, 05:47 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Although it doesn't belong to this section, this is sweet!
Brutal stuff man!
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