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Album Release: Head Full Of Drums "Drum The Drums" GEAR LIST

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Anonymous
June 11, 2005 11:10:20 PM

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You can listen free at: www.headfullofdrums.com

It's all-real, no drum machines. Head Full Of Drums combines upbeat
kit grooves with BIG drum sounds, many layers of toms, traditional
percussion, and some unusual junkyrad style stuff too.

Here's a list of gear used to produce this recording:

Digidesign Pro Tools digi 001 DAW P4 PC Windows XP
Soundcraft Spirt 24 8 buss mixer
AKG C-3000 (2), C-1000 (2), D112 (1)
Shure SM57 & Beta 57 Mics
Sound Forge 5 (Sony) (mastering)
Art Tube Pac Preamp
JBL 4208 Monitors
Pro Co & Carver cables
Alesis Quadraverb
Tascam DA20 DAT deck (used as a headphone amp these days!)
TDK burner & CDRs

Instruments: Sonar Drums, Zildjian Cymbals, Tama Snare, Toca Bongos, Lp
Cowbells & Shakers, Box Drum, Evans Kick and snare heads, Remo
Ambassador tom heads,Gibralter rack, Vic Firth & ProMark sticks,
Pacific hardware.

Also homemade shakers, cans, buckets, PVC pipes, metal pipes, rebar,
BBQ grill, acoustic guitar (played by hitting the back of the guitar
with a rubber mallet) Paint cans (1/2 filled with paint), Wind Chimes,
Hand Bells.

The drumset was mic'ed with 2 overheads (c3000s), snare top (57)and
bottom (c1000), Kick just out side of the hole (D112)and Toms(57s)
hihat (c1000), most of the percussion was overdubed in stereo with the
c3000 pair.

Recorded at: www.qualitymusicstudio.com
Engineer: Vic Sorisio
Assistant Engineers: Carl Joiner & Jessica Pickens
Anonymous
June 12, 2005 3:19:47 PM

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Very bad - now bass solo...
Anonymous
June 12, 2005 4:21:58 PM

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"Head Full Of Drums" <sorisio@aol.com> wrote in
news:1118542220.309666.85670@g43g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:

> You can listen free at: www.headfullofdrums.com
>
> It's all-real, no drum machines. Head Full Of Drums combines upbeat
> kit grooves with BIG drum sounds, many layers of toms, traditional
> percussion, and some unusual junkyrad style stuff too.
>
Drums stop - very bad...
!