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Tips & Techniques:Drums--phasing cymbals at the SOURCE..mike tarsia

WARNING once you do this you commit..but you'll never get a an efx processor to sound quite the same [and if they are in addition to your overheads you can just use them when ya want]

put cymbal mikes at the height of the cymbals about 6 inches in front of them..when the cymbals are hit they will go above ..at.. and below the capsule ...again and again until they come to rest..this makes a wild phasing sound

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Created by Sigma, 8th February 2008 at 01:39 AM
Last edited by mw, 27th March 2012 at 03:05 PM
Last comment by Sigma on 8th February 2008 at 04:30 AM
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Old 8th February 2008
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Mike Tarsia,

Is that really you? It's Lynn Fuston. From Nashville. SPARS.

Last time I saw you was at that steakhouse in NYC and you were telling Edgar Winters stories. And Patti Labelle stories. And others I can't repeat in public.

How ya been?
Old 8th February 2008
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Originally Posted by Lynn Fuston View Post
Mike Tarsia,

Is that really you? It's Lynn Fuston. From Nashville. SPARS.

Last time I saw you was at that steakhouse in NYC and you were telling Edgar Winters stories. And Patti Labelle stories. And others I can't repeat in public.

How ya been?
great man i just sent ya an email!!!!

hope your doing well my friend... looong time man!
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