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EllenDXY / Ellen Kussy 2 days ago
Drummers (?!), Jean feels naked...

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Dan69 / Danilo Iovino 14 days ago
And Vinnie Colaiuta?

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KikoJeot / Federico Gregorini 18 days ago
I need a funky drummer for this piece. Thanks. Kiko

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rwl6935 / Bob L 24 days ago
Looking for someone to write lyrics and/or sing on this collaboration. Also looking for Drums, Bass, Keys and Maybe an additional guitar. Jump in if interested. Details are on my project page. https://www.kompoz.com/music/collaboration/1112140/file/1112141

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JustVera / Just Vera 31 days ago
Pianoplayers, bass players and drummers: YOU CAN DO BETTER THAN THIS, CAN'T YOU?! (Also room for other instruments & vocals:-).

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IWasPromisedCake / Yannick Rams 1mo+24dy ago
Hello there! If any of you are interested in recording something for this track and bring it to life, please feel free. There is a version uploaded with programmed drums, which is merely a guideline. Go crazy!

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JustVera / Just Vera 2mo+4dy ago
Stranger in blue suede shoes meets Supersister. Warwick leads concert vibes... I can imagine some laid back low male vocals. Nobody will fill Lou Reed's shoes, but you do have the attitude, right? And these are my mididrums of course, ready to be swapped. (Your bed has been made:-). Btw This IS work in progress, so I explicitly welcome any feedback or idea.

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LithiumChris / Chris S 3 months ago
Hello drummers, I'm getting curious about low volume drumming. Does anyone have experience with kits set up with Silentstroke mesh heads and Zildjian L80 low volume cymbals? I've seen the videos and the volume does appear to be much lower than a standard kit. But I wonder how well is the volume balanced between the drums and cymbals? Do the low volume options actually sound good? Are those hole-y cymbals durable? Is the snare sensitivity there - can you effectively play jazzy stuff on the snare, or it really just for hard hits? Will appreciate your impressions of such a setup. I'm debating getting back into drumming, but normal drums are going to be too loud and disruptive to the rest of the family. An electronic kit could be an alternative, but I'd rather keep it dumb and acoustic if a low volume acoustic kit sounds all right. Thanks!

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Redfish / Tony Gee 3mo+15dy ago
looking for a Bill/Billi Ward(ette) for this hard rock song ..... please have a listen and see if it catches your groove

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ZankFrappa / Scott Lewis 3mo+24dy ago
Good to be here. Are there any drummers out there that use the Logic Pro X, Flex Time (slicing) feature to help adjust timing issues? I've been using it off and on for years but I'm interested in learning how some of you use it on your drum tracks. Typically, I lay down the drum tracks (six in my case), delete the un wanted transients for each part, turn on Flex (slicing) and then repair any timing issues. Using Quantizing to do this doesn't always give me positive results so I find myself mostly and painstakingly adjusting these timing issues ,manually. I have my kick and snare tracks with 'Q' enabled however I'm not exactly clear on how to match the other four tracks. Do I first, only quantize the snare and kick separately and then enable the Group for all tracks? Any information would be appreciated. Even just to learn how some of you go about it. Thanks!

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