I find their drum sounds are so diverse even though they're all in that sorta big Indie meets 60's garage sound they really explore a lot of sounds.
Some times they have kits panned soft left and right with full parts (kick and snare) from each, some have overheads panned and the first kick and snare right down the middle.
Sometimes there's just the first drumset panned full left to right (mostly for complex fills).
Sometimes the drums are panned seemingly right on top of each other like for the really polyrhythmic stuff in Polygonwanaland.
Sometimes the drums are sooo warm and low-end heavy (Infest the Rats Nest, MotU)
Sometimes they're blown out and live (nonagon) sometimes they're a little hi fi (Fishing for Fishies, PMDB). And sometimes they're ever changing (Mind Fuzz/Quarters, and 12-Bar)
People who say their stuff sounds the same really gotta try and look underwood a bit more past the Psychadelia & Saturation thats always present, and listen to all the wild production choices. They are truly masters of experimental recording even more so than as songwriters!!
Just wondering if anyone heard if percussion caps are coming anytime soon?
This WOULD be my favourite of the 3 songs, except this part of the song is super distracting, and uncomfortable for my ears. I LOVE the idea, but this particular sound sounds really low quality/ 240p, so I wish it was fixed to be more high-definition and crisp.
I read somewhere that it's an accident that happens in production once the song is uploaded, so im wondering if Mike will notice it and fix it?
Does anyone else notice this/does it ruin the ending of the song for anyone else?
Realised after all these years that (at least live) these drums are pure aesthetic. There are some posts online alluding to people realising this, to which people say that they 'are there', and you need 'decent headphones' to hear them. I am a musician and I know about mixing and let me tell you, they are not there, they are purely for image and I guess to arouse a kind of tribalism to the live show. That's it.
Very happy to be proven otherwise though. I'm kind of bummed I've realised this.
Hello, normally I play saxophone for literally all my school's activities, but I've recently received an offering to play in the percussion pit during marching. I would still be doing saxophone for concert and other things though. I also already have experience playing guitar and piano. Any advice would be extremely helpful as it will also be my first year in marching band since I'm finally a freshman.
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Oingo Boingo - Good For Your Soul, VG+/VG+, $22.50
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I love tunes like this and tried a couple of times to recreate the bongo percussion element but can’t get even close. I used djembe one shot samples but can’t even get a nearly listenable pattern.
Can you give me some tipps?
A saw a windchime knocker ringing wildly in the breaze when, suddenly, it hit me.
Main cause of my "obscession": Hans Zimmer - Supermarine
And while X-HZT does not perfectly hit the mark in regards to the clock sound, it does have the right "feel" to it, hence the mention.
Other notable "similar" examples of what I am looking for:
This kind of became a [YML] too. :)
I was wondering how do I get such a rolling and noisy Schranz drums/percussions from normal „clean“ samples. See links below for examples: