Check out the drum mics

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Check out the drum mics

Postby Drumstruck » Wed Feb 26, 2014 10:25 am

... if you can take your eyes of Buddy for a second or two

Man, he can play!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7Ila7cgy2I
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Re: Check out the drum mics

Postby wez » Wed Feb 26, 2014 11:02 am

The bass playing's not too shabby either ;-)

as for mics... nothing unusual there, unless i'm missing something? perhaps they were odd choices for the time... but the 441 is my go-to mic for snare, the 421 is a classic tom mic, and the RE20 looks very much at home on the floor tom. Can't make out the overhead, B&K perhaps? No (visible) kick drum mic though.

One thing's for sure - there are more cameras on Buddy's kit than there are mics!

oh and did anyone else notice Dan Aykroyd playing first violin at 1:51?
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