I have the INDe on my 13 Legacy maple tom. It resonates far more than either a rims type mount or the snare stand I had been using. Easy to install and a nicer look, however the key is that the tom SOUNDS better.
Have it as well, and it sucks. I have an appointment next week at the UCSF tinnitus clinic to see if any treatments exist that can improve things since there is no cure. At times I think the constant hissing is going to drive me nuts.
I have a 3200 sq ft house with a two car garage and a storage shed. I still only have one kit (four drums), hardware and cymbals. Worked for me for 52 years of drumming. No need for me to clutter things up.
It's a 22x16 Lud Legacy maple with a ported reso head. Looking for vintage-y thump. Play pretty varied styles of music. Rock, blues, country, folk, Basic cover band stuff. I use sennheiser 604's on my snare/toms.
Hi All, is there any consensus as to the "best" (if there is such a thing) mic for a BD for live shows? I have been using an old Shure but was hoping to find another good sounding mic that is less bulky to mount onto my hoop with a goose neck holder. The Shure is way too heavy.
Sorry if this is a real stupid question, but I have little experience with live micing (other than sound guys doing it). I have mics for my snare, toms and bd that typically all run into whatever PA/mixer stuff is around. My question: is there a small device/mixer/box that I can plug this stuff...
When listening to drums on records it is obvious the sound generally has been tweaked in the studio. Some records much more than others. My stupid question is how (in simple terms) exactly does adding reverb and compression change the sound? I get the compression analogy to high or low pass...
Shipping sucks even here in the states. My mailing place guy told me (when I was shocked by a price) that shipping, including the USPS, now base pricing on size not weight for most stuff. Light as a feather box will cost a bunch if it takes up space.
I recently saw on of these Instanbul Agop 25th Anniversary rides in a shop and did not know what to make of it. Was 21 inches as I recall. Sounded pretty nice. Cannot find much info on these, I suppose because it's obviously not made any more. Just curious. I tend to like Istanbuls in general.