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Old 11-17-2010, 11:56 PM
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i wanna ask you what do u think of Dave Weckl techniques and do u think he is the number one drummer in the jazz world ?
and have u considered playing in some fusion jazz bands ?
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Old 11-18-2010, 02:50 AM
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do u think he is the number one drummer in the jazz world ?
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Old 11-18-2010, 10:01 AM
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To jazz musicians Dave Weckl is not even a jazz musician really.
And since there aren't any number ones anyway, I don't think one
of the greats himself will suggest one.
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Old 11-18-2010, 09:13 PM
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To jazz musicians Dave Weckl is not even a jazz musician really.
And since there aren't any number ones anyway, I don't think one
of the greats himself will suggest one.
Well My friend.. I think you better educate Your self musically :)

There's a top a ten in the jazz drum world ..
And dave weck isl Not a jazz musician ?? How come ???
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Old 11-18-2010, 09:59 PM
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Hi Gavin,

One Question about the PT shows:

Does the click/the samples (f.e. the drums on "Sentimental") come from Richard's MacBook? Because there is a kind of sequencer on his desktop all the time.

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Old 11-19-2010, 01:07 AM
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Well My friend.. I think you better educate Your self musically :)

There's a top a ten in the jazz drum world ..
And dave weck isl Not a jazz musician ?? How come ???
It's impossible to truly quantize a professional's skill, there may be a top ten taking into account a group of voters; but once the basics are fulfilled, the rest is purely subjective, the best player for one might not have a nice groove for another.
I am afraid it is your comment that's very ignorant and unmusical, as well as very out of place.


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Old 11-19-2010, 05:42 PM
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To jazz musicians Dave Weckl is not even a jazz musician really.
And since there aren't any number ones anyway, I don't think one
of the greats himself will suggest one.

Check out Dave playing jazz with the Chick Corea Accoustic Band from late 80s.

Some great playing...
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Old 11-19-2010, 08:10 PM
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There's a top a ten in the jazz drum world ..
You might want to discuss "best drummer" lists and similar topics in the various threads existing on DW.
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Old 11-19-2010, 08:11 PM
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Check out Dave playing jazz with the Chick Corea Accoustic Band from late 80s.

Some great playing...
Yes I'm aware, and I'm familiar with his playing.
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Old 11-19-2010, 11:15 PM
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Check out Dave playing jazz with the Chick Corea Accoustic Band from late 80s.

Some great playing...
Check out Vinnie Colaiuta's playing with Chick's Acoustic Band in the mid 90ies (he replaced Weckl. Antonio Sanchez from the Pat Metheny Group replaced Colaiuta in the acoustic band).
Maybe, you'll understand what Swiss means :) He's talking about the difference between a drummer and a musician. Weckl is a jazz/fusion drummer which doesn't make him a musician perse…
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Old 11-19-2010, 11:32 PM
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Actually I wanted to say that while pop/rock guys think of Dave Weckl as a jazz drummer, many jazz musicians don't see him as a jazz drummer.
I didn't want to make a difference between drummer and musician.
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Old 11-21-2010, 01:41 AM
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just curious...on the sequenced stuff like on the intro's to "what happens now" and "sentimental" are those your percussion ideas or are you just reacting to richard's ? (assuming he came up with them.)
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Old 11-21-2010, 02:02 AM
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just curious...on the sequenced stuff like on the intro's to "what happens now" and "sentimental" are those your percussion ideas or are you just reacting to richard's ? (assuming he came up with them.)
Those parts are actually not sequenced, they are just a loop of Gavin's playing put through various filters (sentimental) or just a part played on an african drum (djembe I believe for What Happens Now).
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Old 11-21-2010, 01:40 PM
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Hi Moonloop

i wanna ask you what do u think of Dave Weckl techniques and do u think he is the number one drummer in the jazz world ?


Dave has an amazing technique - but I don't put drummers in any kind of order.

and have u considered playing in some fusion jazz bands ?

I used to play in local fusion bands back in the 80's. I don't get asked anymore. I did however play some jazz/fusion/funk on Ed Pooles' last two CDs - there some audio clips here http://www.myspace.com/edpoole

Hi tobiashula

One Question about the PT shows:
Does the click/the samples (f.e. the drums on "Sentimental") come from Richard's MacBook? Because there is a kind of sequencer on his desktop all the time.


no it comes off a computer operated by my drum tech Jason. The same computer also handles all the films.

Hi dtl

just curious...on the sequenced stuff like on the intro's to "what happens now" and "sentimental" are those your percussion ideas or are you just reacting to richard's ? (assuming he came up with them.)

as Austin DV said - they are loops of me playing. "Sentimental" is put through a filter - and "What Happens Now" is just a Remo soundshape (with a spring attached to it) played with a pencil - and doubled in stereo.

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Old 11-22-2010, 07:50 AM
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Hey Gavin,

I've been doing some pretty intense soul searching lately. Much of it has to do with want I want to do with my life. I want to pursue drumming in some type of format for my career and a lot of the advice that I've been getting has suggested that I need to be a well rounded percussionist in order to be successful. But some elements of percussion (mallet instruments) have never really appealed to me. I want to be a drum set player. Should I take the advice from others and learn to play a little of everything or get really good at one thing?
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Old 11-23-2010, 12:20 AM
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Default Inspired here.

Hello again, Mr. Harrison. I totally understand that you don't have time to listen to my whole record, but may I be so rude to ask your attention just to one song, please? I am sorry for my persistence, but, man, you have changed my life - all my drumming is because of you, that's true.

The song's named "Emptiness Beyond The Horizon", located here: http://www.myspace.com/somnolentband/

You may not even answer, that's ok. Just wanted you to know that you inspire me so much. Hope to see you live one day - I never did because of the poor country I live in, where Porcupine Tree have never performed yet. I wish you to be always inspired in the things that you do, patience and calmness in your life and all the best, really.
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Old 11-24-2010, 08:41 AM
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Hi Gavin,
hope you dont get me wrong.
I was wondering what you think about Danny Carey's style of drumming.
Personally I think that he's one of the few drummers who REALLY has his own style next to his incredible technics.
Just curious what you think :)

Thanks,
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Old 11-24-2010, 09:57 AM
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Hi everybody....it does exist any transcription of the intro of slippin' away???I love this intro and I'd like to practice on it....somebody can help me!!!

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Old 11-24-2010, 06:20 PM
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Hi everybody....it does exist any transcription of the intro of slippin' away???I love this intro and I'd like to practice on it....somebody can help me!!!

thanks
http://www.jezenthomas.co.uk/?q=cont...gavin-harrison

There you are.


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Old 11-24-2010, 06:36 PM
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I have a question regarding "No twilight within the courts of the sun". I counted it to 21/8, hope thats correct. During most of the song I find that following the bassline helps alot to keep time, but how do you keep time during the piano solo?

By the way, I was quite surprised to hear you play straight 16ths on the BD ;) Only two bars though, but they are long bars.
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Old 11-26-2010, 10:56 AM
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thank you Fox622003....great man!!!!!!!!
i'll print it and i i go practice on it immediatly!!!!!!

yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!
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Old 11-26-2010, 05:45 PM
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Hi gavin,

i have got a bit crazy question...

I got my Sq2 drumkit now and I have an 8*7 Racktom..
How are you able to mount the TomTom on the Tomholder?

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-..._6730474_n.jpg

I don't get the Tomarm into the bracket without unmounting the bracket...

Any Tips?

Thanks very much!
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Old 11-27-2010, 11:35 AM
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Hi Gavin!

I am currently studying a Diploma of Music at a music college down here in Australia and part of my drumming unit i am required to do a 20 minute solo performance - which is basically just entertaining a small crowd by playing a few songs and doing a drum solo.

I have a small favor to ask: is there any possibility i could please get a copy of 'The Sound of Muzak' without the drums so that i can play to it as a backing track? I am willing to pay Porcupine Tree or whoever has wrote the song for a copy and keep in mind it is only for education/recreational use - i will not resell or redistribute in any way/shape or form.

Thanks for taking the time to read this,
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Old 11-27-2010, 11:42 AM
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I have a small favor to ask: is there any possibility i could please get a copy of 'The Sound of Muzak' without the drums so that i can play to it as a backing track? I am willing to pay Porcupine Tree or whoever has wrote the song for a copy and keep in mind it is only for education/recreational use - i will not resell or redistribute in any way/shape or form.
There's a Playalong of Sound of Muzak in the german magazine "drum magazine". Without vocals...

They won't give the playalongs to you, many people asked this question to gavin.
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Old 11-27-2010, 12:50 PM
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Hi pixelbreaker

But some elements of percussion (mallet instruments) have never really appealed to me. I want to be a drum set player. Should I take the advice from others and learn to play a little of everything or get really good at one thing?


You'd be amazed how much good it does your drumming to play some other instruments. Same thing with learning to read - it will only enhance your abilities and understanding.

Hi Yuriy Kononov

I totally understand that you don't have time to listen to my whole record, but may I be so rude to ask your attention just to one song, please?


I'm sorry but I can't start commenting on recordings. I've been asked many times before and it would open up a bad scenario.

Hi CareyCopelandCameron

I was wondering what you think about Danny Carey's style of drumming.

I love Dannys' style of drumming.

Hi Sjogras

I have a question regarding "No twilight within the courts of the sun". I counted it to 21/8, hope thats correct. During most of the song I find that following the bassline helps alot to keep time, but how do you keep time during the piano solo?

I counted like this: 2 bars of 4/4 + 1 quarter note and then 2 dotted 8th notes.

Hi Kalma

I got my Sq2 drumkit now and I have an 8*7 Racktom..
How are you able to mount the TomTom on the Tomholder?
http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-..._6730474_n.jpg
I don't get the Tomarm into the bracket without unmounting the bracket...


I don't really understand your problem because I have the same size tom and (although it's a bit tricky) I get it on there without having to undo the bracket. Can you post a photo of just the mounting bar? Maybe it has a different profile to mine.

Hi uniin

I have a small favor to ask: is there any possibility i could please get a copy of 'The Sound of Muzak' without the drums so that i can play to it as a backing track?

Sorry but I can't give you the backing track. As Kalma mentioned there is a version out there from the German drum magazine called "Drumheads".

best of luck
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Old 11-27-2010, 01:39 PM
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Thats totally fine - didn't think you would anyways. I'll have to make my own midi version then (sigh hours of work).
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Old 11-27-2010, 05:08 PM
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Uniin,
Check this link out. You'll have to sign up for the forum but it's free of course. The version of 'Sound of Muzak' should be what you're looking for.

http://www.drummerconnection.com/fea...zak-play-along
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Old 11-27-2010, 07:11 PM
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Old 11-27-2010, 11:48 PM
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Hi gavin,

first of all I really like your style of drumming

secondly could possibly tell me how to play this crazy drum fill in "sound of muzak" at 4:04


Thanks for answering


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Old 11-28-2010, 01:38 AM
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first of all I really like your style of drumming

secondly could possibly tell me how to play this crazy drum fill in "sound of muzak" at 4:04


Thanks for answering


Lukas
I believe you're referring to the one in Gavin's performance of The Sound of Muzak at the Modern Drummer Fest.
Terry Branam did a very detailed transcription of it a while ago, here it is:

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Old 11-28-2010, 03:14 AM
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Hi Gavin!!!

I was hearing and comparing the drums sound of two of your records:

The audio file PT Live in Atlanta and the dvd Anesthetise.

In Atlanta I felt the sound with more low frequencies, and the bass drum and floor toms with a great "thump".

1) Is this because some difference in record (mics, room, effects...), or because the drums (USA vintage SQ2 kit in Atlanta and SQ2 Euro kit in anesthetise), or both?

2) I want order a SQ2 drumset but is difficult choose the right shell configuration.
What is your prefered setup, if you have a preffered, the vintage or the hybrid kit, and why?

Thanks Gavin,

Your are a great inspiration for me.

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Old 11-28-2010, 08:03 AM
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Default Tunning of His kit

hi everyone , i want to tune my kit like gavin's kit , and i want buy his drum heads.is there someone to help me ?

i cant tune my toms (10 12 14 16) without buzzing snare.

i want to not buzz snare when playing toms and bassdrum.please contact me if u know that.

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Old 11-28-2010, 04:25 PM
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i want to tune my kit like gavin's kit?
you won't get your kit sounding like gavin's kit..
but well.. he uses the remo emperor vintage heads and an powerstroke 3 on the bassdrum. good luck!

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i cant tune my toms (10 12 14 16) without buzzing snare.
try tuning your snare drum higher then your 10" tomtom.


Btw:
Gavin, I fixed the problem with mounting the 8" tom..
I don't know why, but now it worked... Thanks anyway!
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Old 11-29-2010, 03:03 PM
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Hi GAVIN. Couple of questions really

1. Can you please tell me what sticks are you playing with when you're recording or just not playing live.

2. If I want to eliminate or reduce the snare buzzing, shall I just tune my snare drum higher than my highest-tuned tom?

3. Have you ever tried to put the batter head on the bottom side of tom and the resonant head on the top?

4. I have a terrible problem with my toms, I've been playing for half a year and I was never able to tune them nicely, they never sounded good. I'm trying to use the coated emperors with evans rings and I just can't get any good sound from it, I'm also doing the seating as well (with a hair dryer :D, as Bob Gatzen advises). How much does the sound depends on the shell build (lets say if have a low-end sonor set, the limited edition rock) ? Was using Bob Gatzen's method as he shows in his old video. What methods do you prefer? Do you show any of this in your latest DVD?

5. What have you heard of Lithuania? What do you think of this country? It would be great to see you here with porcupine tree sometime (although I've been to a wolverhampton gig in december 2009.

Many thanks, good luck
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Default gavin's audio files.

how can i get gavin's audio files without drums sound ??

is it possible ??

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Old 11-30-2010, 09:23 AM
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how can i get gavin's audio files without drums sound ??

is it possible ??

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Hey elyardm,

Check out the latest book/cd "Rhythmic Designs". There are some awesome GH/05Ric play alongs. Buckle your seatbelt!

But personally, I like to listen to Gavin's music with Gavin playing on it!!

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Hey elyardm,

Check out the latest book/cd "Rhythmic Designs". There are some awesome GH/05Ric play alongs. Buckle your seatbelt!


But personally, I like to listen to Gavin's music with Gavin playing on it!!

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Old 11-30-2010, 02:09 PM
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i want 19days,slippin away, are they in ?
Of course they are not in..
Dude, check the web before asking here, please...

http://gavharrison.com/rhythmicdesign.php
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Of course they are not in..
Dude, check the web before asking here, please...

http://gavharrison.com/rhythmicdesign.php
Well, there is a bonus track... ;)
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Hi Gavin,

when PT records tracks, do you mix one song and copy the settings of it to get the same sound on every song? Or do you mix every song afresh?

Cheers,
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P.S. See you on 6th of december ;-)
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