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I'm working on sound treating my band's practice space to track...
my monthly routine does suck.
I can't argue that. but it's what I have to deal with.
I did read it fully. and I understand what your method is....
okay. let's re-look at this.
because I guess some don't get it.
I have a day job because my recording clients aren't a constant flow. if you're...
I don't always use kick 10. sometimes I used kick 5 & blended with the drummer's kick blended with some magic.
that holds for most shows that last past 6 seasons.
however, I felt like The Office actually did a pretty good job of not getting too stale in...
where do you live?
I live in north providence.
while I agree with everything you said, lets look at it from a different perspective.
(and I actually have a spot or 2 that I can record drums for...
they're pretty cheap.
so if you break one or two a year, I'm pretty sure you get your money's worth and their cheap enough to replace that it's...
idk man. they're kinda close...
I'm not sure why everyone is so intent on spending an extra couple hundred bucks on the 7b
this isn't quite the answer you're looking for.
but small punches of real cymbal work can sometimes work wonders if you can mix it in seemlessly
I'd drop the guitars a hair.
I've always been under the impression that freezing was pretty much as low usage as exporting. are the tracks your froze disabled?
Motu interfaces are solid man.
We just released our new 896mk3 Hybrid.
Im pretty stoked on it.
But that's a bit out of your budget.
Looking for stuff to watch on Netflix with my gf.
We're into tv shows and movies
Comedy, thrillers & cute-Disney-like movies are what we're...
Freeze track function is very useful for this.
haha. we're all envious man
This is the case for many people who ask tuis question
So the track real drums answer is usually just a reply that doesn't help and just makes...
Just so you know, it's also very possible to make one take of everything sound great.
I'm not recommending that you not double track, but...
cymbals are kinda sharp.
smooth them out some. toss some transient designer & EQ on them and maybe narrow their stereo image a bit.