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Switch to Ableton and take it slow. You have some good kit and no hardware purchase is going to make an astronomical difference.
I'd go with the Volca Bass. They go for $60 used and are cooler than an MC202 IMO.
iOS for audio production is pretty much 100% gotcha. It's a total trap for doing DAW stuff, save yourself the headache and go with a laptop....
A combination of those should give you everything you want.
Recently had someone try to tell me that all DAWs sound the same and that all software EQ is exactly the same.
441 & white 421 are all I use for my voice. Yes they're different, that's the point.
Good advice. Even after years of using iOS, I'm always amazed at how something I thought wasn't possible can be found with a gesture or in the...
Did you try ambience on the master reverb send in GB iOS?
Such a great app. Really turns AUM into a decent DAW.
I recently got another one of these and it's kind of baffling me.
The artifacts and noise are so bad unless I max the drive out. On some settings...
Yes, a proper USB interface would stop the crosstalk.
I use an iPad for looping using Enso & Flux:FX. Loopy sometimes too.
See what works best...
Get another DD-2 or an ME-5. It has the DD-2 with a tone control for the repeats.
Indeed and it's probably a good indication that they know how important their hi-hat foot is.
Good drummers tend to want mainly bass & lead vocals...
Of course. I'm really only speaking of the metal bands that sound like Meshuggah, Decapitated etc. where the triggers are part of it all. They...
Have you tried recording drums with the mics you already have? How big is the space? What style of music?
No point buying stereo OH and a...
That's a good one, thanks.
Yep. My favourite kit (68 Premier 303) cost me $150 in practically brand new condition... it still had the original heads with no sign of...
New heads and an inspection of the drums themselves with a torch, tape measure and flat surface should be mandatory before the microphones even...
If he's talking about metal that's pretty much the standard way to do it. Usually full band cut live with triggers on the drums...
Get a keystep OP.
MIDI out to Minitaur
Sync out to Volcas and chain them together.
I attribute those great drum sounds to the great drummers that play on Daptone recordings. The one mic thing is the least important factor.
I disagree. :)
I do quite a lot of recording with a JC120 and a JC77. Usually for recording a CP70 but sometimes guitar too.
I already suggested...
Am I missing something with the 2880? I feel like I could do all of what it does with the RC505 albeit with a different workflow.
That's where mine went. Still get to play it if I want and it actually gets used a lot more now.