Do you have room in your car? Bigger kits take up about the same space on stage as smaller kits. It's in the car where smaller drum sizes are more portable.
I have the SPL bop kit, I like it. It seems sturdy.
It a few days before Halloween. I'm at Joe's bar. Joe's bar has Halloween decorations all over the place, including some skulls on the tables. So I pick up a skull, walk over to a microphone and do an ventriloquist act that I call "The Dead Comedian"
The skull says "Hey I'm meeting girls here...
I heard songs on the car radio that I thought were Lorde, maybe some Lorde singles released occasionally. After about a year and a half I looked for the songs on internet and discovered that they were actually Billie Eilish.
My guess is that Lorde had a popular sound but she stopped. That left...
I have played gigs with a Yamaha dd-65 compact drum kit USA $ 220. But moving the kit, stand, amp and throne was about as much work as taking snare, stand, bass, hi hat, and throne. So next time I think I'll just take the acoustic drums.
I found this on internet:
"To import an MP3 audio file into GarageBand go under the Track menu and select New Track, Click on Audio (the one with the microphone on it,) Click Create, This will put a new audio track on your project. Go to the View menu and pull down to Show Media Browser."