I'm going to buy an e-drum soon and got my choices down to three: Hitman HD17, Behringer XD8USB, Carlsbro Csd130 (most likely one). I've played acoustic kits for 3 years and never tried an electronic kit. Looking for a cheap one because I'm a student. Which one would you prefer? Thank you all.
I bought a Gretsch renown 3pc with a 24in kick and a Ludwig classic maple snare and i am just so excited i couldn’t find anywhere else to be excited On so i thought I’d share here
Hey, I was wondering what is a mixer that is good for drum recording? I don't need anything super high end (budget of $400) I just want something that sounds decent I can use. I mostly play punk and metal so it doesn't have to be super super clean either I just want something better than my phone lol. I already have a 4 Pack of CAD mics that I got for my birthday. I don't have cables or stands so if anyone has recomendations for those to that would be greatly appreciated!
I was looking at the Sabian Sound Kit ( https://reverb.com/item/3376821-sabian-sound-kit-drum-microphone-set-mixer-cables-stands-complete-bundle ) but I'm not sure cause I don't want the mics I have to go to waste. If anyone has experience with it and recomends it I'll buy it anyways though, if its good its good.
Thank you in advance!
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I'm not a drummer. I've been playing guitar in a band for 11 years. For the last year, my wife and I have been making music with our kids in a family band (a dream I've had my whole life). So far, we've used a cajon for percussion. I'm giving the family an electronic drum set for Christmas to fill out our sound. I'm planning to learn along with them, at least in the beginning. I see that there many lessons on YouTube, etc. I'd love to hear your recommendations for the best online drum lessons, or for you to direct me to a different method for learning. My children already play piano and read music if that changes anything.
Thanks in advance.
Can nice tuning of drums maximize our performace and help us improve more efficiently?
I have experienced that my time will become less accurate if I practise on a kit with annoying symapthetic buzz. I have also experiened that my touch will suffer if I practise on a kit that is tuned too tight.
Is nice tuning an important matter for our practice?
just uploaded a complete transcription of the drum part played by Chris Dave on the "Vanguard" track, from the José James "No Beginning No End" album. Download the transcription PDF for free at https://www.massimodiscepoli.com (in the "Trascrizioni" section")
Me and my mates wanted to have a little home studio and we basically got the stuff we need but a drum. We have a drummer but it’s very difficult for him to carry his drum to the “studio”. Is there any electric drum in a fairly low price we can possibly get for the studio? (We are in NZ , doesn’t matter if MIDI controller or a drum as long as the set up is like a drum)
I recently upgraded my home studio with an e-drum kit (Alesis Nitro Mesh) and started playing excitedly and within minutes the lower floor neighbours came knocking.
I live in a 12-story apartment in germany. The building is probably about 30-40 years old, reinforced concrete according to phorio.com.
I figured it must be the kick, because everything else seems quiet. I immediately started trying different stuff out, I started with adding an anti-vibration mat commonly used for washing machines. That didn't seem to work, and because I lack the ressources and skills for crafting the widely known tennisball-platform-method I got myself the Roland KT-10.
It arrived and I checked back with the neighbours and nope, didn't work at all. So now I put the whole kit on a multi-layered construction (floor - yoga mats - heavy shelf boards - anti-vibration mat - kick pedal), the kit sits on the shelf boards.
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I just bought a new drumset few months ago. I found that the original tuning of the drums is so good. Its sounds good and feels good.
I am worried that I can never tune the drums to the original tuning again after detuning it. Do you guys have similar experience?
I usually use tune bot to tune the drums. I am going to record the frequency of top and bottem heads by using tunebot. Is it a good method?
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I have got some small dents on my floor tom. Do they affect the sound and rebounce of the drum? How can I repair the drum shell? Thanks!
Here are the photos of the drum shell. https://ibb.co/ZBtDN3V https://ibb.co/fvssS3j
So I watched this drum solo on youtube a while ago and it was fucking sick. I'd like to watch it again but I don't remember any keywords lol. It was a live drum solo and the drummer had long hair and was using the rims a lot. He also went on for a while. It doesn't show up in any of my google searches so I've turned here. Any ideas?