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Old 09-26-2013, 09:42 AM
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Default Re: RIMS killers

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Originally Posted by Les Ismore View Post
Its all how the drum couples with the floor, not what's mounted to the shell,.
It's both, & while we're at it, referring to moongel & other dampeners, they suppress head sustain & overtones, not shell resonance. What's attached to the shell directly affects shell resonance, & that's one primary mechanism for shaping the fundamental, & the length of note (the tone you hear through the mix), not head sustain (the bit that gets lost in the mix). All that said, if you prefer a non resonant shell (a totally valid approach), then what you attach to the shell makes little difference.
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