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Real vs sampled drums for dance track
Old 30th January 2009
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Real vs sampled drums for dance track

thoughts? opinions? experiences?
Old 30th January 2009
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what drums? what sort of dance?

nothing quite like rolling toms in a deep progressive house track; nothing quite like crispy bitcrushy FM-synthesised snares in a glitch-dub piece.

horses for courses...

Old 30th January 2009
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its a bit like junior senior - move your feet. i recorded some real drums for it which sound pretty good, problem is they drift slightly. But the band have supplied a sampled drum track which fits but is lacking some presence.

Thoughts so far are beat detective the hell out of the recorded drums, or re sample the drum track or both. Just wanted to know what you guys thought...
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