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Old 03-24-2007, 07:19 PM
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Gavin-

I have two simple questions for you:

1st: How is the new muffling technique going on your toms? from cotton balls to muffle rings inside the toms...I took your suggestion and I like what I hear since I did it.

2nd: I love the song Mother and Child Divided...where can I purchase a copy of that song? I have it on one of the DVD's I bought (DVD-Audio disc,dts), but unable to play it on a regular cd player. That song gets me pumped before playing a gig.

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Old 03-24-2007, 07:28 PM
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Hi alegre,
the tune "Designer" is on my first DVD "Rhythmic Visions" - there is no 'band' as such - it's just myself and a keyboard player called Gary Sanctuary.

"19 Days" is on my second DVD "Rhythmic Horizons". It's written by Dave Stewart and myself. The musicians are Dave Stewart (keys) Laurence Cottle (bass) Phil Palmer (guitar) John Thirkell (trumpets). Again it's not on any CD release - it's just a piece written for the DVD.

"Oops" is a "Steps Ahead" piece written by Mike Mainieri.
My CD "Sanity & Gravity" is out of print at the moment - but is available as a download from:

http://www.burningshed.co.uk/index.a...mp3s&page=mp3s

I have no plans in the near future to re-print it.

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Old 03-24-2007, 09:11 PM
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Hi crookedrook,
At the moment I'm just using an internal ring inside my 14" floor tom. That was the only one that seemed to have a bit too much sustain.

As far as I know the original recording of "Mother & Child Divided" has not been released in a regular audio format (yet) only on the DTS version which you say you already have. It is on the live DVD "Arriving Somewhere..." It is also on the downloadable audio version of "RockPalast" which is also a live gig - recorded a couple of moths after "Arriving Somewhere.."

http://www.burningshed.com/index.asp...p3s&returnid=0


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1st: How is the new muffling technique going on your toms? from cotton balls to muffle rings inside the toms...I took your suggestion and I like what I hear since I did it.

2nd: I love the song Mother and Child Divided...where can I purchase a copy of that song?
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Old 03-29-2007, 02:28 AM
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Hello Gavin!

Im very impressed that you take the time to answer the questions from anyone.
RESPECT!
I have your DVDs and Im more than lost of words by such a tight and sensitive playing.
My question is: Your homestudio (really impressive) is your residence too, right?
Did your own the place before you developed the studio, or did you buy it for the opportunity building it up?
In the trailer of deadwing I saw that you record all tacks at home. Did other members of porcupine tree record in our studio too?

By the way, in my opinion the DTS mixes of your band are the best in musicbusiness, no better way to here this music.

Thanks a lot
See you at the summertour

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Old 03-29-2007, 04:26 AM
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Braui - article on Gavin's studio in case you haven't read it:

http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/oct9...readerzone.htm

Hard to believe that room is part of a normal house....
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Old 03-29-2007, 10:17 AM
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Hi Braui,
yes the studio is in my home. When we we're looking for a new place to live - I was of course trying to find somewhere I could play the drums and start to build up a studio. Luckily for us this very unusual house came on the market.
The other members of PT sometimes come here and we have a writing session - but generally I don't record their performances for the album here.

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Old 03-29-2007, 12:59 PM
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Hi Sol Good!

Yes of course Ive read the article of SOS. But its almost eight years old. I think Gavin keep with the time and his equipment has changed a bit from the list in the article.

Gavin?
How much time did you spent to produce such professional DVDs like Rythmic Visions/Horizons. Especially german subtitles are very rare at similar drumeducational productions.
Did you have all the equipment for dvd-producing?
In my opinion its really cheep to buy for such an expenditure.

Did Sonor will order you in the future for a clinic-tour, except your upcomming performence in frankfurt?

Thanks an enjoy the day
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Old 03-30-2007, 06:38 PM
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Hey Gavin,

What is your experience/opinion (in studio or live applications) on the Shure Beta 98D/S? I've heard they do a really good job for toms and snare drums. Not to mention that the small design probably helps tremendously verses using big bulky mics (epecially when using smaller toms such as an 8" or 6")

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Old 03-30-2007, 07:04 PM
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Mr. Gavin Harrison, I just noticed that you have joined the forum!
Welcome my fellow drum brother!
I havent heard any of your playing other than what is on video clips,but from the heresay,you are setting the standard for modern drumming!
Just a quick question concerning clinics, are you going on the clinic trail anytime soon, and will you be anywhere close to Shreveport or New Orleans?
Also, Who will i need to contact to book you for a clinic in Monroe Louisiana..?,i have a friend who owns a music store and will pass the info along with the intent of having you come do a clinic here.
Have a great day!
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Old 03-30-2007, 07:57 PM
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really enjoyed the studio article- I love that kind of stuff.
Great to see what you're doing there.
We've built our own place from scratch- it's a LOT of work, but feels so good when you're done (or it's usable anyway, are you ever really DONE?)
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Old 03-30-2007, 08:57 PM
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really enjoyed the studio article- I love that kind of stuff.
Great to see what you're doing there.
We've built our own place from scratch- it's a LOT of work, but feels so good when you're done (or it's usable anyway, are you ever really DONE?)
In case you haven't seen it, Todd Sucherman's site has a nice account of how his home drum room came together:
http://www.toddsucherman.com/drumroommain.htm

No 40 ft ceilings, but he does have the pool to cool off in.
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Old 03-30-2007, 09:03 PM
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In case you haven't seen it, Todd Sucherman's site has a nice account of how his home drum room came together:
http://www.toddsucherman.com/drumroommain.htm

No 40 ft ceilings, but he does have the pool to cool off in.
dangit, I got drool on my keyboard!
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Old 03-31-2007, 03:13 AM
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Hi Gavin,

I have just seen the tour dates for Germany, and I will defiantly be there on the 22nd June in Cologne,
will it be possible to get your new DVD there? or perhaps you could bring some with you for us drummers?
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Old 03-31-2007, 11:11 PM
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Hi Braui

"How much time did you spent to produce such professional DVDs like Rythmic Visions/Horizons. Especially german subtitles are very rare at similar drumeducational productions.
Did you have all the equipment for dvd-producing?
In my opinion its really cheep to buy for such an expenditure.

Did Sonor will order you in the future for a clinic-tour, except your upcomming performence in frankfurt?"


My first DVD took me a very long because I was totally new to filming/lighting/dvd production and I had a lot to learn (and I still have). Luckily my partner is a professional subtitler and could make them in German and Italian. I had to buy some cameras and software to make the dvd possible. Unfortunately I have no clinics planned at the moment because I'm going to be very busy this year with PT and my new project with 05Ric.

Hi JeffV71

"What is your experience/opinion (in studio or live applications) on the Shure Beta 98D/S?"


I've used them in live situations - but obviously I couldn't really tell how good they were because I sitting behind the drums at the time and not out in the audience. I haven't used them in a studio - so the answer is - I don't honestly know. They're a very handy size though.

Hi PHIL2007

"Just a quick question concerning clinics, are you going on the clinic trail anytime soon?
Also, Who will i need to contact to book you for a clinic in Monroe Louisiana..?"


As I said above - I won't be doing clinics for a while, but you could always try requesting them to Sonor in the US (via Hohner) or Zildjian Cymbals.

Hi xush

"We've built our own place from scratch- it's a LOT of work, but feels so good when you're done (or it's usable anyway, are you ever really DONE?)"


I guess I'm never really done buying and trying equipment!!!

Hi DrumSound,

"I have just seen the tour dates for Germany, and I will defiantly be there on the 22nd June in Cologne,
will it be possible to get your new DVD there? or perhaps you could bring some with you for us drummers?"


My newest DVD Rhythmic Horizons will be on sale at the merch table. Thanks for the interest.

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Old 04-01-2007, 06:27 AM
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Hey Gavin,
I have a few questions concerning your relationship to your kit. Do you treat each individual piece as its own voice or the kit as an entire sound source? Have you ever slept next to your kit? Do you love your kit? I know this may seem odd, but i find it hard to believe that a person that can create such beautiful sounds and music along with smooth movement, doesnt have a relationship to the instrument that they have devoted themselves to. Intrigued.

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Old 04-01-2007, 11:37 AM
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Well Gavin, thanks for coming to Frankfurt and showing the audience what your drumming is all about. I had a really good time yesterday.
One question: what snare drum did you use? 12"x5" designer? The sound was awesome...
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Old 04-01-2007, 02:15 PM
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Hey Gavin,

I'm in the process of creating a new practice routine.

Did you ever have any practice routines?

In your book Rhythmic Perspectives you talk a little bit about the way you used to practice, but did you use a routine in those days. I mean did you have your whole practice written out like : 15 mins of rudiments, 15 mins of .... etc.

If you have, could you post one from your early days (if you still have it), I , and probably more people here, would be very interested in the way you would practice.

I know every person has different 'weak' spots and need to practice different things, but just wondering how a great drummer like yourself would do it.

Your drumming is such an inspiration for me, the clean execution, the cool grooves, the nice fills etc. makes me want to sit down and play the drums everytime I hear or see you play. Thanks for that.

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Old 04-01-2007, 07:08 PM
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Hey Gavin

I read earlier that you were waiting for your new Sonor SQ2 kit. Any word on that yet? Are you going to post some pics when you do get it? PRETTY PLEASE!!!

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Old 04-02-2007, 05:03 PM
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Hi Gavin,its Fabio from Italy here.not any question in particular for now :) I teach in a local drum school,I have my band(s) and do some sessions for several artists aswell.I just want to say how much your drumming has influenced not only the way I play but mostly the way I see playing....and PT is one of my favourite bands ever,nuff said.its such great that You spend time here talking and being kind-like-nooneelse even if You are busy as hell.thanks Gavin,cant wait for your forthcoming releases (05Ric,too).bye,Fabio.
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Old 04-02-2007, 08:13 PM
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Hi ChristZero,
it's a Sonor Designer in maple 12x5 snare drum. Got a great sound to it.

Cheers
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Old 04-02-2007, 08:24 PM
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Hi Drizzle,
I don't really have practice routines - these days I just improvise until I stumble across something interesting - then I try to develop it and record it somehow.

Years ago I used to practice 6 hours a day - 3 hours in the morning and then 3 in the afternoon. Mostly I would record myself and analyze what I thought sounded weak and then try and work on it.

Hi Gibbersticks,
My new SQ2 kit showed up. Wow what a beauty - these pics REALLY don't do it justice. It's sounds GREAT too.









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Old 04-02-2007, 10:44 PM
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It was so great to meet Gavin in Frankfurt.

I made some videos of his great playing - give me some time for editing...

Here some pics:































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Old 04-03-2007, 02:41 AM
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Hey Gavin,

That's a beautiful kit. What's the turn around time on an SQ2 kit?

Anyway, my band Abigail's Ghost recently released our first full length album and I would like to send you a copy. I'm not expecting anything out of it, I just wanted you to have a copy because you've been such an inspiration for my song writing.

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Old 04-03-2007, 12:26 PM
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Hi Kenneth,
I think the turn round time on an SQ2 is about 2-3 months...but don't quote me on it.

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Old 04-03-2007, 06:19 PM
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...2-3 months for you maybe!!!

Here comes the inevitable request - S P E C S O F Y O U R N E W K I T please!

Tribal finish I believe. Please include shell details, heads, muffling e.t.c.

Interesting to note no evidence of 'Tunesafe' option?

What the kit in Bernhard's pics? Badges aren't SQ2?

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Old 04-03-2007, 07:54 PM
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What the kit in Bernhard's pics? Badges aren't SQ2?
About 99.9% sure those are Delites.

Thanks for the pics Bernhard.
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Old 04-03-2007, 08:46 PM
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Yes the drums that I played at the Frankfurt Music show were DeLights. (Thanks to Bernhard for the pictures).

Rhythmic Disciple,
The SQ2 drums have a "tune safe" thing built into the lug.
The sizes I have are

22x17 heavy shell
16x14 floor tom medium shell
15x13 floor tom medium shell
14x12 floor tom medium shell
13x10 tom thin shell
12x9 tom thin shell
10x8 tom thin shell
8x7 tom thin shell

12x5 snare thin shell

all the drums are maple except the 14x5 snare which is birch.

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Old 04-04-2007, 01:04 AM
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Hey Gavin!

Would you play your awsome new kit at the upcomming summertour?
I think it would look great in the spotlight!
Whats the reason for changing the series, the designer sound awsome too.
But I think a player with your skills is able to make a Force 1007 sound like an SQ2... just kidding.
By the way, do you have a drumtec at the concerts or is the setting up the set business of the master ;-)?

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Old 04-04-2007, 12:32 PM
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Hi Braui,
Yes I'll be playing the new kit on the European dates. I love the sound of the DeLight and Designer so there's been no conscious effort to change. I just like them both. In fact in America I'll be playing my blue DeLight set. Yes luckily I do have a drumtech - Adrian Holmes - but he's been so good as our merch man and we want him to just concentrate on that - so the next tour I'll have a new tech - Jason Birnie.

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Old 04-04-2007, 05:25 PM
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Hi Gavin,
congratulations on the new set, looking forward to seeing it on 22nd June.
As you've played in Italy so much, have you ever heard of Drum Sound drums?
Do you remember what the first set was you ever owned?
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Old 04-04-2007, 10:40 PM
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Hi DrumSound,
Yes I have heard and seen the Italian drum company called Drum Sound...is it your company?
My first drumset was an Ajax made by Boosey & Hawkes.

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Old 04-05-2007, 05:27 PM
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Hi Gavin,
From what I could find out Ajax sets were very high quality,
Boosey & Hawkes also produced the English-made Rogers sets apparently.
Yes I play a Drum Sound Equalized Series, not many people have heard of
them, but there sets sound really good.
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Old 04-05-2007, 06:26 PM
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Hi Gavin.

I'm going to be building my own studio in the near future and was wondering if there was any tips you could give me since you've been through something similar? It's being built from the ground up and I'm having a building built beside my house to be used... Is there anything I should consider when having it designed, such as windows, etc to create a nice working environment? Any advice would be greatly appreciated..

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Old 04-05-2007, 10:53 PM
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Hi DrumSound,
I actually have an early 60's English Rogers set. Very funky it is too.

Hi MCS,
well I didn't actually build a studio from the ground up. Are you doing it yourself or do you a studio company building it? Windows are nice but are also a potential sound leak area. Depends how soundproof it needs to be. Getting a nice inside is difficult if it's a dead straight box.
It's a very tough question - there's a million factors and most of them come down to budget.
There's lots of soundproofing and acoustic treatment advice on the internet - you just need the time to research it.

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Old 04-06-2007, 10:37 AM
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Hi Gavin.

I'm going to get a builder to build the outer structure and then I'll probably do the interior myself, save myself a few pennies!! I'll get trawiling on the internet and see what I can turn up.. Thanks for taking time to answer..

Cheers.

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Hey Gavin-

Just wanted to let you know our Cincinati Enquirer paper here in Cincinnati, Ohio is doing an article on me and I had mentioned you, PT and your new video Rhythmic Horizons as a big influence and inspiration to my playing. Hope you don't mind me mentioning that in the interview.

Thanks again for the influence and aspiration.

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just watched the MusicMesse videos, they are fantastic!
Really enjoyed seeing them here, since I couldn't be there.

You've got me jonesing for a bell/chime set something fierce!

really beautiful and inspiring work~
thanks for sharing it
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Old 04-07-2007, 12:34 PM
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just watched the MusicMesse videos, they are fantastic!
Really enjoyed seeing them here, since I couldn't be there.
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Exellent videos and awesome drumming, once again !
Thank you Gavin !

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Old 04-07-2007, 02:47 PM
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Hi Gavin!

Great looking (and probably sounding) new kit!
I'm really looking forward to see you, and the rest of Porcupine Tree live in Oslo in July!
Last time you were in Norway, I was'nt aware that you were playing the Quart festival, so I missed it :(

Me and my band have a studio, and we are wondering about buying an Audix d6 for the bass drum. How is the Audix compared to the akg d112 that we have already? (That is of course if you are familiar with the d112)

Thanks for taking your time answering our questions!!

And BTW, the preview for the new PT album sounds AMAZING!!
and PS. Musikmesse videos are insane!! I caught myself laughing of pure joy at times!! xD

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Old 04-07-2007, 06:26 PM
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Great video's Gavin!

Like the math in it :D!

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