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Old 12-30-2007, 05:18 AM
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Here's my woodshed. It's a decent little recording space too, although I am readying myself to spend a lot of money on upgrading... Btw, nice idea with the wisdom woodshed thing Jason. Dom did a clinic at M.I. in London when I was there and he was great. Very inspirational indeed.

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Old 12-31-2007, 05:12 PM
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New member here and a new beginner drummer. I have been playing guitar and singing for many years and always wanted to learn to play the drums so I bought a Yamaha electric drum set last week. This looks like a great site for learning all kinds of things drums. I hope to learn a lot here. I'm 37 yrs old so I'm starting kinda late but I know the basics of how to keep a beat from the drummers in the bands I have been in so hopefully I will learn fairly quickly. I know I'm having a blast so far.

Here is my practice space before the drums.

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it's the loft in my house. I went electric so as not to bother my wife to much LOL.
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Old 01-21-2008, 09:37 PM
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New member here and a new beginner drummer. I have been playing guitar and singing for many years and always wanted to learn to play the drums so I bought a Yamaha electric drum set last week. This looks like a great site for learning all kinds of things drums. I hope to learn a lot here. I'm 37 yrs old so I'm starting kinda late but I know the basics of how to keep a beat from the drummers in the bands I have been in so hopefully I will learn fairly quickly. I know I'm having a blast so far.

it's the loft in my house. I went electric so as not to bother my wife to much LOL.
Nice pad. How does the slanted wall affect the sound? I have moved into a new home and my music room is upstairs and there is a slanted wall behind the set, but not that large, and I think it helps reflect the sound better.
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Old 01-23-2008, 01:03 AM
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This is my (very basic) woodshed. It's in my bedroom so before i study, i usally grab my chair and sit in front of the pad with my sticks. first. (and play rudiments of course)
I got my guitar over there too, i usualy play it before i go to sleep.
I forgot to take my swiss knife away, but i love that thing. I've used it for so many things it's always near me.

I use both regular sticks as the aheads. (both 5A)
I practice my rudiments with the aheads as well because i use them for gigging so i'll have the feel of those sticks aswell.
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Old 01-23-2008, 03:53 PM
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Nice pad. How does the slanted wall affect the sound? I have moved into a new home and my music room is upstairs and there is a slanted wall behind the set, but not that large, and I think it helps reflect the sound better.
Thanks, I designed and built the house 7 years ago.

It's sloped on the other side also and the entire area is pretty big so the sound reflects down on the opposite side of the loft into the living room I would guess. I resized some more pics show better. Most of these pics are older and don't have the drums in them though.

It's probably not the best recording area but it's fun to play up their. It's like a stage LOL :-)

This is the front of the house the loft is located top left of the house.
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This shows how the other roof line comes down on the inside. I don't know how much the beams reflect the sound if the do at all.
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Old 01-25-2008, 02:21 AM
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tv, computer, drum kit and a toilet seat for a chair
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Old 01-28-2008, 12:28 AM
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Old 01-30-2008, 10:59 PM
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This is my home wentzville missouri 1 mile from Berry Park ( Chuck Berry's place. anybody know who that guy is ?) My woodshed is in the unfinished part of the basement ( by order of my wife you know)
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I dig the Billy Gladstone pad, I still have mine from forth grade. I am now 39 years old you do the math! I still use it, it's still a great practise pad.
How do you tune that thing Do you add trash or take the trash out ?

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Old 03-16-2008, 06:02 PM
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This is my home wentzville missouri 1 mile from Berry Park ( Chuck Berry's place. anybody know who that guy is ?) My woodshed is in the unfinished part of the basement ( by order of my wife you know)

Beautiful House. It's a little more modern than your old shed LOL
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Old 05-05-2008, 07:18 PM
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Just had the basement finished, and got my music room done up. Double walls, insulation, all that great stuff.

I can play full kit, no mutes, at night, with family sleeping... and they don't wake up. My wife said it is quieter with me doing this than when I had my e-kit setup in the room down the hall from the master bedroom, with all the doors shut. So I'm happy.

People can still hear the drums in the house, but they are very quiet.





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Old 05-18-2008, 11:56 PM
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Just redid my room to be more drum-centric. I have a SONOR FORCE 3003 5-Piece (only use 4 pieces), and SABIAN AAX Cymbals.



In addition to a very noisy Vic Firth Practice Pad, I also use these things, the bane of my world... but very useful when parents are getting a headache.


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And I created this little drum station out of unused shelving and use it for a practice pad stand and music shelf.
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Old 06-10-2008, 04:30 AM
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I keep the floor area clear and my drums pointed inward to facilitate practice. This is in a section of a basement with cement walls on two sides and lots of house on the other, so I haven't had a complaint from neighbors in the six years I've lived here.

Heaven!!

That is an absolutely beautiful room! It looks like a very comfortable museum of sorts. What are the two large, dark, tapered, cylindrical wood drums against the wall on the right side?
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Old 06-14-2008, 09:01 AM
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Heaven!!

That is an absolutely beautiful room! It looks like a very comfortable museum of sorts. What are the two large, dark, tapered, cylindrical wood drums against the wall on the right side?
Thanks for the comments. Alas, that room is no more as I have moved. I have another room of comparable size with the same stuff in it.

The two large drums are bass ashikos, 13 and 14 inches. They're bolt tuned, in contrast to the traditional rope tuning. The ashikos are forefathers of the congas - when the Spanish brought slaves to Cuba, the slaves sought to re-create their traditional drums, including the ashiko. The closest thing they could find were rum barrels, like wine barrels but smaller. They put heads on those and thus the conga drum was born.
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Thanks, I designed and built the house 7 years ago.

It's sloped on the other side also and the entire area is pretty big so the sound reflects down on the opposite side of the loft into the living room I would guess. I resized some more pics show better. Most of these pics are older and don't have the drums in them though.

It's probably not the best recording area but it's fun to play up their. It's like a stage LOL :-)

This is the front of the house the loft is located top left of the house.
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This shows how the other roof line comes down on the inside. I don't know how much the beams reflect the sound if the do at all.
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Resized this to show my little workstation-Korg D1200. I recorded all the songs in the link from my signature with this.



Yeah dude If you wake up on the snow it's because i stole you house. lol. NICE place!!
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Old 07-01-2008, 04:55 PM
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I divide my time between my 'wisdom woodshed' and my room when it comes to music, usually either drumming or playing guitar:

My drum room at the moment:
My drumkit, and my yamaha dtxplorer set up, for the late night practices:




and..my room, where im either guitaring..keyboarding or recording haha
Here are two of my guitars, my 50th anniversary usa strat and my gibson les paul studio. love em :)

and finally my keyboard
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New setup in the basement. I simplified and sold some things, as well as bought a new kit...
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Old 07-09-2008, 10:38 PM
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New setup in the basement. I simplified and sold some things, as well as bought a new kit...
What a cool room. I could spend hours in there. It kind of looks like your drums are hanging out together in a group!

The African rope tuned congas are some of the most beautiful drums I have ever seen. How do they tune up?
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Well , I'm building a small drum room in my house!! :D

Hopefully it will be finished in a couple of weeks so I'll let you know how the proyect goes

meanwhile here are some of pics
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looking good! im looking forward to seeing the finished pics, should be great!
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Well , I'm building a small drum room in my house!! :D

Hopefully it will be finished in a couple of weeks so I'll let you know how the proyect goes

meanwhile here are some of pics
WOW! That is cool, making your own room. Those cinderblocks should really help stop sound - are you going to fill them with cement? That would help stop sound.
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I use a part of our old cow stable (We used to have cows and pigs, but now we have a tree nursery.

I'll post some pics soon.

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Me and my dad brought this caravan for £20 and stripped it out and put a heater inside it, layed it with carpet, linked up to the mains and put a light in and then bam there is my home made "wisdom woodshed" as you guys call it lol
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Me and my dad brought this caravan for £20 and stripped it out and put a heater inside it, layed it with carpet, linked up to the mains and put a light in and then bam there is my home made "wisdom woodshed" as you guys call it lol

Ding ding ding, we got a winner, I absolutely love this one.
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JPL, I have the same Hendrix on the wall. great portrait.
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Old 12-09-2008, 03:59 AM
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My room and where my band rehearses.
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Old 12-13-2008, 11:33 PM
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My room and where my band rehearses.
Would that be Frank Zappa on the shelf behind your kit?
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Me and my dad brought this caravan for £20 and stripped it out and put a heater inside it, layed it with carpet, linked up to the mains and put a light in and then bam there is my home made "wisdom woodshed" as you guys call it lol
I've been wanting to do that!!
Can you travel with it? How much noice do you hear from outside?
I was thinking about doing that when I get my own place, instead of renting an additional practise room (if I can find any!)
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What a phenominal set up and Decca/Octa bons too!!! Love to get a crack at this!!!

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I've been wanting to do that!!
Can you travel with it? How much noice do you hear from outside?
I was thinking about doing that when I get my own place, instead of renting an additional practise room (if I can find any!)
Thanks! :)

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Zorlee you can practice at my place any time!!! Uh, my fiance' may object but what the hell!!

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Here's my little home practice kit, it's a little Pearl Rhythm Traveler Gig with Roland Mesh heads. I've also got a pair of plastic hihats (not seen in the picture). I'm hoping to outfit it with triggers, V-cymbals and either a module or a PC MIDI interface, but for now it only makes a lot of muffled thuds :-)

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Well I've just given it a clear-up to make it at least a bit presentable :P


The kit is a Roland V-Drum TD-3

I don't have a proper stick bag yet so this has to do.

Inspiration.

It doesn't go up to 11, sadly :(

My one and only real cymbal.

The TD-3 module. I;m using iPod earbuds cos my normal 'phones are broken.

My music stand

The holder. It holds very useful things such a drum keys, sheet music, a screwdriver, CDs, manuals for the kit, my two MP3s players, my CD player and...Paperclips, post-its and little round stickers. It also bears a message on the side which I made out of pure boredom :P
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*Pssst* Stick the kick mic inside the drum, it works great!
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I got a new studio not at my house so I have to get pics sometime...it's still a small room but I have more room for my kit and guitars...
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Me and my dad brought this caravan for £20 and stripped it out and put a heater inside it, layed it with carpet, linked up to the mains and put a light in and then bam there is my home made "wisdom woodshed" as you guys call it lol
Talk about a mobile studio. So trailer park. I love it!
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