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Old 11-30-2007, 12:16 PM
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Hey, does any one know what snare drum does danny have? I've ridden about the S-Bronze snare and the jeff ocheltree carbon steel snare. Both from Jeff...
One more question: Did he have the same snare in the early ages, recording undertow? I love that snare drum, but it doesn't sound same as now.

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Right now, It may be the Paiste snare made by Jeff Ocheltree.

But, at one point he used a 16X6.5" Brady snare made out of Bulloak wood.

He might also have used a Sonor snare to match his Sonor kits (he has at least two or three full kits).
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Old 11-30-2007, 12:41 PM
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Wow great! another one i hadn't seen. I saw 14x8" Bronze snare, from Jeff, then the Carbon steel 14x6,5" also from jeff. but never this... Any way, are you sure its 16x6" and not 14x6", because thats weird measures, eaven more than 14x8".

Thanks anyway, if anyone else knows more, we'll appreciate.

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Old 11-30-2007, 03:37 PM
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Wow great! another one i hadn't seen. I saw 14x8" Bronze snare, from Jeff, then the Carbon steel 14x6,5" also from jeff. but never this... Any way, are you sure its 16x6" and not 14x6", because thats weird measures, eaven more than 14x8".

Thanks anyway, if anyone else knows more, we'll appreciate.

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Whoops, type-o; not 16"

14" x 6.5" Brady Bulloak.

http://www.bradydrums.com.au/danny-carey.html
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Old 12-11-2007, 10:44 PM
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This was just posted @ Toolband.com ...

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Old 12-12-2007, 08:35 AM
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Yeah I saw that, crazy. the footboard is snapped clean in two, and that isn't an easy thing to do.

It looks pretty beat up, must have been using it for a while.
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Old 09-24-2008, 06:55 PM
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Jesus is jealous of Danny.
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Old 09-26-2008, 05:41 AM
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Jesus and the rest of us.



This guy is on a level above anyone who plays at the moment. (Thats a biggy isn't it?) But IMHO its true. No one has the chops that this guy has, alive or dead. Until I here someone with better chops let me know. You can throw out names until the cows come home but the best drummer who has ever graced the planet, I'm saying its Danny Carey fullstop. There would only be about 5 drummers that you could say this about and most of them have passed.

So I'm telling you again, this guy is the best drummer alive, on the planet.

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Old 09-26-2008, 06:11 AM
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This guy is on a level above anyone who plays at the moment. (Thats a biggy isn't it?) But IMHO its true. No one has the chops that this guy has, alive or dead. Until I here someone with better chops let me know. You can throw out names until the cows come home but the best drummer who has ever graced the planet, I'm saying its Danny Carey fullstop. There would only be about 5 drummers that you could say this about and most of them have passed.

So I'm telling you again, this guy is the best drummer alive, on the planet.

Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one and this is mine.
100% correct.

When I first heard Tool, I thought to myself "Alright, I don't see what the big deal is about this Carey guy."

Then I REALLY listened to Tool, and attempted (and I mean ATTEMPTED) to play some of their stuff.

Impossible.

This guy is so ridiculous at the drums. SO ridiculous.

Everything about how he plays the drums is absolutely perfect. Each stick hits each drum/cymbal/pad at the absolute PERFECT time.

His 4 way coordination is unbelievable.

I just can't understand how a human being could come up with some of the licks he busts out for Tool.

The breakdown in Eulogy. OH MY GAWWDDD.

The breakdown in Lateralus. OH MY GAWWWWWWWDDDDD. Had me in TEARS the first time I heard it.

Literally every single Tool song has undeniably insane drums.

In my honest opinion, Danny Carey is the greatest rock drummer alive today.

I don't care about his speed. I don't care about the size of his drumset. I don't care about how much money he makes. I don't care about what band he's in (although Tool is my favorite band). I don't care about his life outside of drums. I don't care about his training.

The bottom line is, this guy is the best. Hands down. THE BEST.
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Old 09-26-2008, 03:24 PM
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Jesus and the rest of us.



This guy is on a level above anyone who plays at the moment. (Thats a biggy isn't it?) But IMHO its true. No one has the chops that this guy has, alive or dead. Until I here someone with better chops let me know. You can throw out names until the cows come home but the best drummer who has ever graced the planet, I'm saying its Danny Carey fullstop. There would only be about 5 drummers that you could say this about and most of them have passed.

So I'm telling you again, this guy is the best drummer alive, on the planet.

Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one and this is mine.
Hehe nice closing line! I do love Danny, he's up there with the best no question about it...but I'd take Jojo, Chambers, Lang, Minnuemen, Donati and some others over him for the best chops and technical prowess, just my opinion though!
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Old 09-27-2008, 12:54 AM
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Anyone ever notice how far behind the "Official" site for the band is? How lame is that? The only thing interesting on that site is the "Play Pong" feature that takes your mind off of how lame the site really is.

Oh, how I long for the day another album is released.
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Old 09-27-2008, 06:30 AM
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Hehe nice closing line! I do love Danny, he's up there with the best no question about it...but I'd take Jojo, Chambers, Lang, Minnuemen, Donati and some others over him for the best chops and technical prowess, just my opinion though!
I'll give everyone of those guys all the credit they deserve for pushing themselves and their playing to the technical limit of the human body, but there's a different between technique and feel. Technique and chops you can learn by locking yourself in a room for 6 hours a day, 7 days a week untill you can play in your sleep. But feel comes from somewhere else. Carey has a conversation with his playing, he tells you a story. Chambers, Lang, Donati - they play incredible things, but I find it hard to find beauty in their playing. I wouldn't be moved to tears over it. I enjoy it thoroughly, but it's a different kind of drumming to Carey's. there's almost a mechanical precision in it: "look I can play a reverse parradiddle with my feet while my hands play a latin rhythm", yeah great, I'm it took you 6 months to master that, but what does that tell me?

The way I apporach my playing is that technique and chops are a means to an end. They're my drumming vocabulary which I use to express myself.
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Old 09-28-2008, 04:10 AM
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The polyrhythm groove at 4:48 of the song Lateralus changed my life.
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Old 09-28-2008, 12:22 PM
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I'll give everyone of those guys all the credit they deserve for pushing themselves and their playing to the technical limit of the human body, but there's a different between technique and feel. Technique and chops you can learn by locking yourself in a room for 6 hours a day, 7 days a week untill you can play in your sleep. But feel comes from somewhere else. Carey has a conversation with his playing, he tells you a story. Chambers, Lang, Donati - they play incredible things, but I find it hard to find beauty in their playing. I wouldn't be moved to tears over it. I enjoy it thoroughly, but it's a different kind of drumming to Carey's. there's almost a mechanical precision in it: "look I can play a reverse parradiddle with my feet while my hands play a latin rhythm", yeah great, I'm it took you 6 months to master that, but what does that tell me?

The way I apporach my playing is that technique and chops are a means to an end. They're my drumming vocabulary which I use to express myself.
Nicely said, I agree completely...which is why JoJo is my favourite drummer. I actually think that Chambers and Donait have a lot of feel in their playing, but Lang does sound a bit too robotic.

I started learning sober the other day, can't quite get my left foot doing the hi-hat part in the main beat but I'm nearly there!
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Old 10-01-2008, 01:28 AM
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Yea. Danny Carey has definitely been one of my biggest influences. I try to pull a lot of things out of his style, especially his polyrhythms. But just everything he plays, I love. His combination of feel, technical ability and sense of sound and rhythm make for my favorite sound in progressive rock today, no question. I can't wait until he comes to town. I really want to see him live.
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Old 10-07-2008, 03:32 PM
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Hi guys,

Does anyone know the overheads that are used to mic Danny's kit in the Jeff Ocheltree video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRR9iHdG__4


would be interested to try the mic'ing technique but want to make sure I have gear that would approach the quality of that used in the video. any help would much appreciated. cheers
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Old 10-24-2008, 07:52 PM
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Danny Carey was the reason I started drumming. The more and more I listen to him the more things I pick up that I missed the time before. This guy just blows me away. They have not had a new album in a few years but my jaw still drops when I listen to him.
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Old 11-01-2008, 09:51 AM
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I saw Tool live a few years ago and they were amazing. They were like a huge well oiled machine. Danny Carey is a FREAK!!! He is relentess he doesn't stop the whole show. He must be so fit. The way he moved around his kit was effortless and does he pound those drums. He was born to play drums for Tool. He just blew me away.
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Old 12-06-2008, 11:53 PM
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The Aeneid, The Odyssey, The Upanishads, Plato, Plotinus, The Pythagorean Sourcebook and Library and Marcus Aurelius.

Danny has used sacred reverb. Has used Cymbal phase. Tools behind the scenes studies on Cymatics, Fractals and the Physical, theoretical, physiological, acoustic, compositional and analytical relationships between mathematics and music are unfolded and explored with focus on tuning and temperament as well as interlocking and counter rhythmic complexities, rhythmic-code-progression.

The complex and intentional relationships embedded within the notational progressions are also one of the greatest qualities in a Tool song.

Indeed, the best way to listen to tool is naked, mentally and physically. ;) ENTER LIVE PUSHIT

Listen as with Neti Neti, allow the music to speak directly with the soul as it were.

These are my thoughts, not axiom ;D
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Old 12-07-2008, 01:00 AM
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Danny is my favorite drummer of all time. His style and power is unbelievable.
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Old 12-10-2008, 12:46 PM
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check out some of the tool cover's from this guy on youtube, tbartels007. He's amazing! Quite possibly the best drummer on youtube...
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Old 12-10-2008, 01:08 PM
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check out some of the tool cover's from this guy on youtube, tbartels007. He's amazing! Quite possibly the best drummer on youtube...
Oh my word that guy is Amazing..........is a shame guys like that are not household names.
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Old 12-21-2008, 04:21 PM
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danny carey=best drummer of the universe.
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Old 12-22-2008, 03:44 AM
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Danny Carey is a masterful drummer, but that's all I have positive to say about this band...their music...for being so-called heavy and intricite simply is the most boring metal music ive ever heard.

I have SO TRIED to get into Tool...boy have I...but it's just boring music to me.
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:19 PM
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That T Bartles guy certainly has it nailed down. It takes some patience to sit and learn those tool songs the whole way through. Great job!
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:27 PM
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Anyone ever notice how far behind the "Official" site for the band is? How lame is that? The only thing interesting on that site is the "Play Pong" feature that takes your mind off of how lame the site really is.

Oh, how I long for the day another album is released.
I'm quoting myself here cuz I just revisited thier site and they haven't even added the new album which is nearly 3 years old to the site yet. Such a shame.
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:46 PM
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I am excited for Danny's signature snare to come out! Sonor has NOT given ANY info about it, but I really hope its 14x8 and very huge sounding. I always have loved the way his snare sounded on Aenima and Lateralus turned off. Those records are absolutely stunning. "Ticks and Leeches" is literally the best drum song I have ever heard. Anyone who can deliver Bonham like power with Steve Gadd like tecnique is fine by my book! Luckily, next time Tool releases an album, I'll be able to drive and see them lol! Was any one else really dissapointed w/ 10000 days? I dunno if it was just me, but it sucked.
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:55 PM
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Was any one else really dissapointed w/ 10000 days? I dunno if it was just me, but it sucked.
I don't think it sucked but I was expecting much more from it. Trying to follow up on the albums Aenima and Lateralus sets the expectations really high. I sure as hell expected them to ratchet the bar up because they always have in the past. It's a solid record that is lacking in solid song foundations.
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I don't think it sucked but I was expecting much more from it. Trying to follow up on the albums Aenima and Lateralus sets the expectations really high. I sure as hell expected them to ratchet the bar up because they always have in the past. It's a solid record that is lacking in solid song foundations.

LOL try topping Lateralus! I bet they were under tremendous pressure. I think all the songs were boring, not well written, etc.
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:12 PM
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LOL try topping Lateralus! I bet they were under tremendous pressure. I think all the songs were boring, not well written, etc.
Yes, topping Lateralus would have been something. I guess thats why I wasn't too upset when Tool bombed the last record. Lateralus will hold much weight for many years to come.

I do share you feelings to a degree.
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"Ticks and Leeches" is literally the best drum song I have ever heard.

I can't disagree with this, one sick azz song. Although my favorite song on that album is The Grudge. And pretty slick drumming on that one too.
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LOL try topping Lateralus! I bet they were under tremendous pressure. I think all the songs were boring, not well written, etc.
I don't think Tool feels pressure like other artists. I don't get the impression they make music for anyone but themselves. Wings For Marie/10,000 Days is an extremely personal song that took quite a lot of listening by me to actually enjoy it.

I disagree about the well-written analysis, but I dig you on the fact that I don't find myself being compelled to listen to the entire album (which is in contrast to all the others). There are 3, count 'em 3 songs that I want to hear over and again off 10k Days: Vicarious, Jambi, and Right In Two, the rest all sound like Caesaro Summability...;-)



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Old 01-19-2009, 07:31 PM
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Honestly, I enjoyed 10,000 Days. It definitely wasn't their best, but much of it put me into an induced meditation that was pretty cool. It's no Lateralus, but then again, Lateralus is a masterpiece.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_QQPnpkuzw

just found this vid of danny and Kirk Covington doing a duet. awesome, but the camera angle jumping around kinda got annoying
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Old 01-20-2009, 05:48 PM
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First off, I agree wholeheartedly with the consensus here that Danny Carey really has it all: groove, feel, chops, power, independence, etc, and clearly deserves his success. However I must disagree with the trend in analysis of 10000 Days. I listen to this album more than any of their others, and Tool is by far my favorite band. At first, I was honestly NOT impressed at all with this album, but like any creative and challenging work, YOU have to put work into it as well to reap the hidden rewards. I had to listen to some of the songs a ridiculous amount of times to really get the feeling they were trying to convey - and that is what tool is all about. If you are just looking for a metal song, of course it will be boring, or weird, because they don't play metal music! Their art exists in a liminal zone independent of superficial genre classification because it is not just about the sound, but the feel generated by their emotional states and a scientific understanding of cymatic metaphysics, manifest acoustically as music.

I totally understand the sentiment though about not liking some tool material, even as a huge fan. I'm still not too keen on a lot of Undertow, although I am finally breaking into it to some extent, but a lot of it just still doesn't do it for me. However I credit that to a lack of effort on my part to really deeply get into the music, not any fault of the band. That is something peculiar about Tool, that a lot of their music is a hard nut to crack, but if you can do it, and change your mind into a receiver for what's really going on in their music, especially the drums, it's amazing.
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Old 02-02-2009, 12:57 AM
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This guy is on a level above anyone who plays at the moment.
I think he is at the top level, but not above. Guys like Antonio Sanchez and Jojo Mayer have more technical skills.

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I must disagree with the trend in analysis of 10000 Days.
I agree, it's my favourite Tool album!
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Old 02-13-2009, 05:20 PM
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Jojo Mayer have more technical skills.

Yea but Jojo isn't 'normal.' :)
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Old 04-26-2009, 09:30 AM
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IT CAN BE DONE GUYS!!!!
HERE ARE SOME VIDS OF ME DOING IT!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9gddWHBDqE
there are about 6 songs up!
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Old 05-12-2009, 12:11 AM
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this guy is the greatest for me. The way he plays and uses his technique and how he has improved sice the first album of tool to the last. And how he plays in the band Volto! ( seen them live,, wow)
His playing is based a lot on the feelin, a more emotional way of drumming. He can take his mind to a unique place and he can intepret his ideas and thoughts to us, as well as he can cause a reaction on every one of us drummers or musicians.
How his drumset is placed percectly with a mathematician, followin the "circle theory" mixed with the "golden proportion" mixed with a theory called " the theory of the equator".
He has no boundaries, he is really creative .
He has been a great inspiration, at least for me.
post your thoughts on this fella

http://www.drummerworld.com/drummers/Danny_Carey.html
Volto? as big of a Danny Carey fan as i am, ive never heard of this group! ill be sure to check them out

Danny Carey is the reason why i drum, plain and simple

some of my favorite TOOL tracks of his drumming are 4, Eulogy, 46 & 2, Jimmy, every track on lateralus, wings for marie Part I, 10,000 days Part II, rosetta stoned, intension, and right in two, which is the sickest track in muical existence
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Old 05-12-2009, 09:19 PM
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oh yeah, to all the ppl saying that the album 10,000 Days was bad, please tell me why wings for marie Part I, 10,000 days Part II, rosetta stoned, intension, and right in two are bad songs

intension into right in two is just about as good as music gets
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Old 05-17-2009, 06:38 PM
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Yeah Danny Carey is one hell of a drummer. So much power, creativity, and feel. He's just a cool guy too, always seems so calm. There's a good page at http://www.total-drums.com/danny-carey.html with pics and vids. Wonder when Tools next album will be out...
10,000 days was 2 years and a bit ago? If they carry on with th 5 year gap thing, they should be relasing a new one in about 3 years.
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