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SH73

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  1. Thanks lurks . I've tried this morning but the exported file is not playing right so give it a miss, but of course will contribute with my vote as most of time.
  2. I missed it, got song but it's not mixed.
  3. Jeff Waters (Annihilator) used to use drum machine in studio because it's economical. Now he lives in England and uses drum machine for ideas then drummer does his part.
  4. Early Maiden. I hear The trooper being played on Planet Rock often.
  5. A bit out of the context, but we used to practice in a garage. Push the car out , set up then rehearse. Small space filled with drums, two guitarists, drummer and singer. Often spectators and heavy cigarette smoke. It was loud. I remember when I rested against the workbench and touched the vice I would get an electric shock only when I touched the bass strings. Good old 80s.
  6. I saw them in Europe at an open air festival, very loud.
  7. I saw Motorhead in 96. It was far too loud
  8. I have been recently contacted by a local band whose bass player left. I requested a setlist and received it along with a link to their videos. As the OP says: Some songs are great and some im not a fan of. Songs that I like , the type of the music I listen , would come naturally, but the rest would be a chore. I turned down the offer politely.
  9. 1 point towards a new badge...🤭, Ok, go on then
  10. £1.69 for 60!!! All you need is to book a coach..bargain!
  11. I needed a microphone for a kick drum and Pete responded promptly. Within days we made a deal, he posted pictures of the item and swiftly posted it supplying tracking number. The item arrived within a day and was well packaged. Thanks Pete and nice to do business with you.
  12. I meant Jaco Pastrious,🤣 , wasn't he arrested for his drinking led behaviour?
  13. He used his savings to be bailed out
  14. I read Steve Harris uses fresh set every gig. I wonder what they do with the strings after one gig. Probably bin them.
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  16. Thank you for a thorough response as always. I have done all the tuning , dampening etc. The bass drums sounds great on its own but again I play with ear defenders as I would not want to go deaf. Miced up it's ok ish after I eq compress etc. But not quite what I'm after. I'll work it out. Maybe I should put the reso heads back but Toms and floor Toms sound so much better and kick drum too. it'll come .thank you sir.
  17. The sup. drums 3 you produced sound realistic, very natural to me. I have now been toying around with acoustic drums recording , but can`t get the kick/bass drum right..maybe a mic for kick drum would improve the recording quality. (all reso heads off, my preferred choice).
  18. Voted, song writing is getting better and better. Question for @Dad3353.. did you record your own drums?
  19. I would say music inspired not changed. It was the bass guitar sound and the sparkly royal blue fender p bass played on the Live After Death that inspired me to start playing bass. 30 or so years later I managed to owe one, thanks to a BC member. But it also inspired me to learn English which led to changes in my life.
  20. Elvis Presley uh hu huh Michael Jackson hee hee Freddie Mercury Ee o
  21. Two years ago I stored guitars and basses in a rented storage facility for 6 months. The temperature is constant, secure CCTV etc. Cost a bit but a smaller room may he cheaper.
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