Got a Gopro! 2nd video inside

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  1. aparker2005

    aparker2005 Well-Known Member

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    Our sound guy let me borrow his GoPro so I of course had to make a quick video! Strapped it to my head and tried to make a decent solo. Thought I'd share! Thanks

     
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    Damn....its easy to put down Pinstripes but your RC toms sound KILLER!!
     
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    aparker2005 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you! Yeah the pins work incredibly on these drums!
     
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    xsabers World's Second Most Okayest Drummer

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    Pins and RC are like peanut butter and jelly.


    Although, I've found most negative remarks about Pins are found on drum forums, but they are ubiquitous in the real world when you look at overhead shots of the kits of many respected professionals. Sometimes, they even have gaffers' tape or Moon Gel too! It seems to me that some of these guys are not as picky as we are...LOL!
     
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    Excellent playing and the kit sounds great, but not a fan of the POV camera work. I think it would look better if mounted on a stand. Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Thanks! I have a few gigs coming up and will be mounting the gopros on solid stands for those.
     
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    Nice!
     
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    Still trying to figure out the best angle and audio. I think I need to remove my waterproof case and get a frame mount for future videos.

    My band played a city park in North Arkansas this weekend and I recorded a few tracks. Here's one from our album!

     
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    Fat Drummer Well-Known Member

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    Yes sir, nice playing!! What is the kit in this case and the cymbals?

    And more importantly, ARKANSAS? Im am from central AR myself, where are you based at?
     
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    Thank you! My band is located in Malvern. We played in Morrilton and Paris this weekend. It's a fun gig for sure!

    Kit is a PDP Concept Maple 24,12,14,16.
    Pork pie cherry bubinga snare 14x7.
    Zildjian Cymbals:
    14" A New Beat hats
    20" crash of doom
    20" k custom dark crash
    23" zildjian a sweet ride (for sale)
    24" a medium ride

    22" dream bliss crash ride
     
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    In my experience, out in front of the PA mains is the best mix, drums included. I have a GoPro mount stuck to the top of my stage lighting rig. It always sounds best when it's near a PA speaker.
     

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