#1February 4th, 2013 · 02:27 PM
371 threads / 187 songs
3,355 posts
United Kingdom
Recording Drums In A Home Studio
My dream of having my own Studio is getting closer, just over one year in actual fact.
Here is another quick tip from Dezz Asante on how to record Digitial Drums in a home studio environment.
Personally,  I would prefer an Acoustic Kit, but I don't know how well they will sound in my 5 x 3 meter studio; if it don't sound good I may have to resort to a digital kit.
Click on the link to see Dezz's quick tip video.
http://www.techmuzeacademy.com/video/recording-drums-in-your-home-studio?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=recording-drums-in-your-home-studio
#2February 14th, 2013 · 11:11 AM
185 threads / 27 songs
2,769 posts
Germany
We have this Roland E-Drum Set in our studio. But I really like the idea to record the midi events and push them through a vst to get an audio signal of each microphone. Could have been my idea... haha
With this E-Kit you can create drum sounds in every room (dry or church hall) in every quality you want without background noise and without wall echoes of your little room and w/o choosing the right mics and positions to the drum elements. Unlimited possibilities!
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