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Old 01-30-2010   #1
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Its been a while since I last had a go at shooting my studio drum kit. Playing with my new off camera, portable flash rig (430 & 580 speedlites on stands with umbrella diffusers). C&C most welcome.

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Nice kit. I'm envious. Best kit I ever had was a 5pc with high-hat, splash, crash and two rides. Nice exposures too. Congrats with working with the OCF.

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Very nice kit and excellent perspectives in the pics...from a Vdrummer (my drum skills are best left unheard).
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I like all of the copper and orange tones... and the angle you shot the first one at.

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Your studio drum kit is just wonderful!
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Wow. Nice kit. Ever considered moving to the vdrums? They sure make recording a lot easier.
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Wow. Nice kit. Ever considered moving to the vdrums? They sure make recording a lot easier.
Funny you should mention that JDArt - I'm at this very moment considering a Roland TD9 or 12 electronic kit to replace the live set I also use. As this is my studio rig (fully mic'd all the time), recording is fairly simple as their's nothing much to do except call up the Protools template and hit go and groove to the click!
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Funny you should mention that JDArt - I'm at this very moment considering a Roland TD9 or 12 electronic kit to replace the live set I also use. As this is my studio rig (fully mic'd all the time), recording is fairly simple as their's nothing much to do except call up the Protools template and hit go and groove to the click!
I had the TD10 and would get the TD20 if I ventured into this again. I'm sold on the versatility of the vdrums. I hate the feel of the cymbals, but nothing's perfect.


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