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Does Any Body Know Where I Can Get Custom Made Hip-Hip Drums?
Old 7th August 2005
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Does Any Body Know Where I Can Get Custom Made Hip-Hip Drums?

Sup Guys, I was just wondering if anybody knows where i can get custom made hip-hop drums from? Like miked up and recorded drums like the real pro's do like Dre, Scott Storch, Timbaland, Ect.? Anybody know anybody or any engineers who do this. Im looking for custom made commercial drums similar to the people i've mentioned above. Also Neptunes sounding drums and kicks. Im not looking for any drums from sample cd's or internet websites i've bought pretty much every one and im not into them really.

Im looking for real custom Kicks like the Neptunes, Timbaland, Scott Storch Deep type kicks drums, The Dr.Dre, Scott Storch thumpy style kicks and thick candy shop style kicks.

Custom Snares, Percussion, warm shakers, Hi-Hats, Bongo's/ Conga's

And those commercial style claps and layered group claps, ect.

Basically the types of drums you hear on todays top 10 commercial records.

Im willing tp pay $10 per Clap, Kick, and Snare, and $5 per Hi-Hat, percussion sound. But they have to be no less quality than what is out today.

Thx.
Old 7th August 2005
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Soon there will be a site that will give you exactly what you want. Watch for it.
Old 7th August 2005
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How about calling a drum rent company, a studio, a drumer and a good AE?
Send them a CD with the song that contains the sounds you want.
They should be able to help you to get this sound.
When you have your sound make a deal with a company like bigfish and sale your own sample CD!
I guess for a: "$10 per Clap, Kick, and Snare, and $5 per Hi-Hat, percussion sound..." DIY would be the cheaper route.
Old 7th August 2005
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The Neptunes don't use anything that you can't buy commercially, probably (dare I say it?) off of Sweetwater or Musician's Friend.
Old 7th August 2005
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Those guys use mostly stock sounds - Triton, MPC, whatever.... its all in the layering.

Most hiphop sessions use 1 mic: for the vocal.... everything else is programmed

Old 7th August 2005
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Yeah, I was going to say it's called an SP-1200.

Seriously though, you should find out what Quest Love plays (The Roots).
Old 7th August 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jdunn
Yeah, I was going to say it's called an SP-1200.

Great piece. cost more than i'm willing to pay for one used though.
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