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Old 11-15-2008, 07:26 PM
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Default 'Vintage and Modern' Luddys in the Studio

I hit the studio this week to re-record drum tracks on our new original material, i had a bad session first time round so i went in to concentrate JUST on the drum sound and the playing aspect. I took in my 2006 Silver Glitter as a four peice to simplfy things and a 1965 sliver glitter downbeat. With the new luddys i went for the standard close micing for the more modern sound . . and the downbeat was miced at a distance like it would have been done in the earlie 60's.
I was really happy with the results that we got in the end, even though things werent mixed, compressed, revebed .ect i can tell we are going to get a good result.
So here's a few shots of the 2 kits in the studio . . Enjoy!

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Old 11-15-2008, 07:34 PM
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Yes i think it's very important that you have a good sounding take from the outset otherwise there's not much point in adding all the effects to it just to make it sound good, you want to put effects on a good take to make it sound amazing.
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Old 11-15-2008, 07:48 PM
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Sweet! kinda cool to see two generatons of ludwigs in comparison. Now fess up, which set do you like better?
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Old 11-15-2008, 09:41 PM
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Cor thats Awkward, You horrible person lol
I think the 60's downbeat has more of the enjoyability factor, Just so easy to play, nice n little . . Sweet. But the Modern Luddys have that 'Punch' and Power about them so you get more of a kick from bashing them into Oblivion.
They both have their own appealing factors, just nice to have them both and use them to their differences.

Regarding 'eddiehimself's' comment . . it should be a couple of weeks untill we got the final mixed and mastered product, So i'll post the tracks up so you can listen. See if you can pick out the Downbeat track lol

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