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Subversounds 17th November 2009 08:22 PM

Drums for rehearsal and Recording
 
Hi,

I'm about to buy some drums for my two rooms and i need to find drums that go well on both recording and rehearsals, not too much $$$

I was thinking on:

Main recording/rehearsal room: Ludwig Accent with Paiste cymbals

Secondary rehearsal room: Tama Rockstar with Orion cymbals

Snares for recording only: no clue.

Any thoughts?

Jeff Braun 17th November 2009 11:09 PM

Paiste cymbals record pretty well.

However, the 2 kits you picked are mediocre at best...

Get a Ludwig supraphonic snare for recording. It sounds great and is very versatile.

-Jeff Braun

Eric54 17th November 2009 11:26 PM

Drums..
 
Which accent series are you looking at? Maple or Birch?
What is your price range and i can tell you the best product for the money.

Eric

Protools Guy 17th November 2009 11:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeff Braun (Post 4793675)

Get a Ludwig supraphonic snare for recording. It sounds great and is very versatile.

These are words of great wisdom! kfhkh

analogjeff 17th November 2009 11:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Protools Guy (Post 4793779)
These are words of great wisdom! kfhkh

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