Audio Engineering

Creating Impactful Drum Samples

Comments (4)
  1. Martin Weeks says:

    Another wonderful video Warren. Thank You Matt Star, and Happy Thanksgiving to Everyone.

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Thanks @martin_weeks:disqus! Happy thanksgiving to you too my friend! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

  2. aka says:

    Thank you Warren & Matt. Cheers for the samples, but they are no where near as important as the Drummer, without whom we would have never hav terms such as, “The Bonham Sound” “Looney Moon Style” “Get it Paicey” and in the case of Matt “do it like the Starr”. Drum machines, programmed drums and samples are part and parcel of our daily music, they are as exciting as a wet ragg to rehearse with, they have no empathy to humor and being human, give me a bad drummer any day, at least they conjur emotion, the emotion of frustration when the drummer does not keep time or sync on an accent, and the sheer excitement when they lock the band into a groove. Real music is played by real musicians, even if it is through a sequencer. I prefer a drummer thats real even if he or she is playing an electronic kit or just banging on pots and pans. ‘Long Live the Percussionist’

    1. Warren Huart says:

      Haha @plap-disqus-43ec517d68b6edd3015b3edc9a11367b:disqus! I agree 100%! Of course there’s no substitute for a real musician, especially one as talented as Matt Starr! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren

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