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If you have aptitude, and have Dennis Chambers as your teacher, you'll do pretty well in life, drum-wise.
Aaargh panned drums!No, mr mix engineer I do not want to be situated in a position 1 foot above the drummers head. Why that weird mixing fashion remains prevalent I just don't know, separation can be acheived much more pleasantly.
Sorry, I just have a thing about panning techniques in general No offence to Mr Royster.
But I can't stand panned drums in general. I tend to run all the mics right up the middle, and use a narrow stereo field for the overheads.
But yeah, I agree, it's too bad every decent drummer in the world is eventually lost to jazz.
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