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My Name Is Victor and I play both classical and electrical guitar
Sunday, January 25, 2009
We will talk about drum recordings in this post. Based on my personal experience and not professional recording stuff, its all DIY-ed if you have realised I have mentioned in my other posts.
Basically you will need: - 2 overhead mics - 1 kick drum mic - 1 condenser mic for the snare
To set this up, firstly you will need to judge how high the overheads would be placed from the toms. Approximately around 1/2 to 3/4 of a metre from the snare would do. Next, a microphone pointing towards the centre of the snare, for more precise and accurate sound tone. The mic would be placed probably around 3-5 inches away from the snare. Next the kick drum mic. While if there’s no hole in the outer skin of your bass drum, then place the mic as close to the skin but not touching it. If there is, place the mic directly towards the placement of the beater, which is most likely in the centre of the skin. This would ensure a full and sharp sound and not a very blurry and blunt one.
After that, just plug your laptop into a mixer, adjust the volumes and start recording!