[Doggiebox] Vintage 70s Ludwig Kit vII
sionwm at cinnamondesign.co.uk
Thu Nov 11 08:33:02 EST 2004
Thanks - will look forward to that.
I've posted some new songs on my site using both original and the new
See what you think. I used the bass drum from the original kit on both
though - sounded a bit fuller and punchier. I also changed the hi hat
prefs so that the sounds didn't cancel the previous sound as it made a
bit of an un-natural sound That aside, I think I prefer the sound of
the new set although the first is slightly more flexible as the sounds
are purer. There's a definite sense that they were recorded in
different places - a bit of wall echo in vii. Trash cymbal is great and
also the 'rim shot' snare. Keep up the good work!
On 2 Nov 2004, at 10:17 pm, David Holloway wrote:
> sure, i've got a couple tambourines. i'll see if i can get some good
> recordings out of them. stay tuned... (pardon the pun).
> On Nov 1, 2004, at 3:27 AM, Sion Morris wrote:
>> Hi David
>> Thanks for taking the time to improve on your Ludwig db - I've had a
>> quick mess about and like the refinements a lot. I think you've hit
>> on a good combination of drum sequences and subtle alternate sounds
>> that really give it a that 'real drummer' sound. The ns-kit is good
>> for a clean professional polished result, but lacks the 'human'
>> quality your kit has I think. Suits my needs perfectly.
>> Any chance of some tambourine shakes? I know you've got one there ;-)
>> A left and a right shake would be good - to be able to keep in time
>> with the beat. Thats the only improvement I can think of.
>> Will be posting an effort using the kit soon.
>> Sion Morris
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