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Old 01-19-2008, 09:12 AM
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Mr. Harrison -

I saw the Houston PT show a few months ago and it struck me that Steven starts playing the piano intro with no count but the drum loop comes in perfectly on time. Did you guys just patch a click into Steven's monitor mix or were you triggering the sample manually?

Just curious...
Sorry; forgot to mention I was talking about 'Sentimental'
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Old 01-19-2008, 01:40 PM
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Hi NeuroAxis,

Steven starts playing the piano intro (to "Sentimental") with no count but the drum loop comes in perfectly on time. Did you guys just patch a click into Steven's monitor mix or were you triggering the sample manually?

For that tune Steve listens to a click in his 'in ear' monitor - that way we can have the drum loop in time and the film in sync.

Hi Otto,

I am curious if you have ever had to deal with legal issues related to theft or plagarisim of your music/drumming

I've never had that problem. I guess you can't copyright your own drumming style - so people are free to copy whatever they want. In fact I 'stole' many ideas/rhythms/fills from my drum heroes over the years. You might call it 'influenced'.

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Old 01-19-2008, 01:50 PM
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My first passion was Lars Ulrich...
When I switched to ProgRock:Phill Collins, Neal Pearlt, Virgil Donati...
Gavin Harrison become one of my bigest inspiration and great example of modern drumming (I knew Gavin with Incognito Live bootleg CD...).

How about you guys ? How do you discover Gavin Harrison?

P.S Gavin and how do you discover yourself ?:) (am joking Maestro)

Saluti!
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Old 01-19-2008, 03:58 PM
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Hello Gavin,
On "Sleep together" (Albumversion) did you record this piece in your homestudio, because I want to know if you left the doors of your drumroom open for this?

Also I read on the internet that PT brings a Live-CD out. Which concert was recorded?
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Old 01-19-2008, 04:57 PM
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Hi ChrisBassdrum,

Yes I did indeed use a lot of my live room on "Sleep Together".
We recorded at least 3 live PT shows that I can recall. One in Finland, Atlanta and Cologne - there may have been some others but my mind is a blur.

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Old 01-20-2008, 02:03 PM
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Hi Gavin,
Thanks for the search command option; guess I found the answer to my practice queries.
I'd also like to ask you how you build a solo: is it ever/always pre-meditated?

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Old 01-21-2008, 10:01 AM
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Hello Gavin,

I'm curious to know about software that you use for writing Drum Parts(partiture)...(For recording Drums as I remmember, you use Pro Logic 8).


Thank You in advance,

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Old 01-21-2008, 04:14 PM
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hi gavin
any chance that you release some bootlegs of pt shows?
you could film every show and still it would be interesting to watch because of your drumming and the way you change your fills every night...please tell steve to hurry making the next dvd ;-) i can't wait anymore!

and do you have plans on playing live with ric05?
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Old 01-21-2008, 10:46 PM
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Hi Mr. Harrison,
maybe you can shed some light on a querelle that's going on in the Jeff Porcaro thread.
I'm asking you this 'cause you have a much more trained ear than most of us so here it goes: on the Dire Straits album "On every streets" there's a track called "Heavy fuel".
Can you tell who the drummer is between Manu Katche and Jeff Porcaro?

Thanks again.
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Old 01-21-2008, 11:29 PM
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Hi cantstandyourfunk,

I'd also like to ask you how you build a solo: is it ever/always pre-meditated?

I don't really play solos...but I guess I would have a theme, tempo and framework to improvise around. I hate drum solos that have no tempo - just a load of licks speeding up and slowing down.

Hi alinux,

I'm curious to know about software that you use for writing Drum Parts(partiture)...(For recording Drums as I remmember, you use Pro Logic 8).

You mean notation? If so I use Logic Pro 7 (I haven't got Logic 8 yet).

Hi 12:5,

any chance that you release some bootlegs of pt shows?

No.

and do you have plans on playing live with ric05?

Yes one day we will - but right now we're busy working on some more new material for the next album.

Hi Alexdrum75,

First of all I don't hear any JP in there. I'm pretty sure that it's Manu.
I'm also pretty sure that the whole track has undergone a lot of computer manipulation.
I know someone who worked on a Dire Straits album session (with Manu on drums) and said that Manu played his ass off. After he went home they loaded it all into a Synclavier and straightened out the timing. I love Manu and I can't hear his fluid groove in there either.

Listening to this song 99% of the snare beats sound exactly the same - which to my ears sounds unrealistic. Check the fill at 1:33 A hand to hand 16's fill that doesn't change sound?

Around 3:37 I can hear a strange kind of glitch in the snare roll.

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Old 01-22-2008, 12:34 AM
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Hi Gavin !

I would like to know what's for you the good tuning for your snare drum to have a maximum of ghost notes (for the 2 heads please)

thank you,

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Old 01-22-2008, 01:40 PM
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Hi Gavin,
Thanks a lot for your answer. It's really something that you take out time to answer our questions here on the forum: just goes to show how much you love your art.

Can I please ask you something more on solos?
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Old 01-22-2008, 01:47 PM
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How do you go about that improvisation?
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Old 01-22-2008, 01:52 PM
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PS: Just posting on Manu: I guess 'fluid' is the exact word that describes his sound. I totally dug him on Sting's The Soul Cages. It was one of the first albums that I pillow-drummed to!

And then the eponymous Satriani album down the line...the sound of his drums and his playing on the tracks Home and Moroccan Suunset were just super-tasty.
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Old 01-25-2008, 02:19 AM
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Gavin -

I read on a post a long time ago that you had tried shoving cotton balls into the soundhole of a drum that had too much sustain, so the cotton balls would "jump" up when you hit the drum and then land back on the resonant head to dampen the ring. Did you ever try this and if so did it work? Seems to me like and ingenious way of damping a tom that is too ringy.
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Old 01-25-2008, 12:56 PM
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Hi crazydrummer,

I would like to know what's for you the good tuning for your snare drum to have a maximum of ghost notes (for the 2 heads please)

I'm not sure I understand the question. Do you mean the maximum sensitivity? In which case, you need the highest tuning with the thinnest heads (like Remo Diplomats).
If you mean you want the ghost notes to stand out more in your playing - then that's really nothing to do with the heads or the tuning - but more to do with your technique...and possibly mic placing and mixing - especially with a mic under the snare.

Hi cantstandyourfunk,

How do you go about that improvisation?

That's quite a difficult question. The easy answer is - I just make it up as I go along. The hard answer is - a lot of soul searching - looking for hidden demons and inspiration.

Hi NeuroAxis,

I read on a post a long time ago that you had tried shoving cotton balls into the soundhole of a drum that had too much sustain

It didn't really work for me. So I made thin "O" rings (about 1.5cms wide) and dropped them inside those "ringing" drums.The "O" ring should just rest on the bottom head inside. If it still rings too much - make a wider "O" ring - or a narrower one if the sustain is killed too much. I would also try changing to Remo coated Emperors on the top. I have no particular method - except experience and perseverance.

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Old 01-25-2008, 03:32 PM
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Hi crazydrummer,

I would like to know what's for you the good tuning for your snare drum to have a maximum of ghost notes (for the 2 heads please)

I'm not sure I understand the question. Do you mean the maximum sensitivity? In which case, you need the highest tuning with the thinnest heads (like Remo Diplomats).
If you mean you want the ghost notes to stand out more in your playing - then that's really nothing to do with the heads or the tuning - but more to do with your technique...and possibly mic placing and mixing - especially with a mic under the snare.
Ok ! That's exactly what I was looking for. "Sensivity" was the good word.

Thanks a lot Gavin !

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Old 01-25-2008, 05:45 PM
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I was having a big problem with snare sensitivity as well and read (maybe from gavin) that tuning the bottom head higher that the top can help and boy did it ever !! My ghost notes can be heard while playing with a loud band live with no snare miking.
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Old 01-26-2008, 12:03 AM
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That's quite a difficult question. The easy answer is - I just make it up as I go along. The hard answer is - a lot of soul searching - looking for hidden demons and inspiration.
Wow, the easy one actually seems more difficult! I have a long way to go for either to happen.

PS: It's just absolutely amazing that we can actually get to ask you questions and get away with 'em on this site. Kudos to Bernhard for this one, and thanks a zillion tonnes, Mr Harrison, to take time out to interact. I'd really like to meet you someday, not just because you're one of my biggest musical inspirations, but also because you come across as an amazing human being. Thank you.
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Old 01-27-2008, 12:36 AM
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Hi Gavin,

what is it for a black ring that is on your snare on the video of Futile?
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Old 01-27-2008, 12:45 PM
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Hi Kalma,

It's just an "O" ring to dampen the snare a little bit. I think it was a Yamaha one - but I've lost it now.

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Old 01-27-2008, 05:06 PM
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Hey, Gavin is there any truth to the rumor that PT might join Rush on tour?

thanks!
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Old 01-28-2008, 08:16 PM
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Now ^^^ that'd be cool.

Just for curiousity's sake: What is your dream band to play in? Is PT that dream band?
Do you have any such dream band at all?
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Old 01-28-2008, 09:13 PM
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I'm not Gavin but about PT supporting Rush: according to a few Steven's interviews I've read, he does have a way too many projects in 2008 to have the time for a tour.
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Old 01-28-2008, 10:54 PM
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I'm not Gavin but about PT supporting Rush: according to a few Steven's interviews I've read, he does have a way too many projects in 2008 to have the time for a tour.
I think I have heard that Rush rumor since like Deadwing was released in 05, but yes I agree with your statement Ailmour. I don't think PT has enough time to tour in 2008. They want to relax and take the year off ;).

Plus Gavin is touring with KC in 08 (I think), so he is also going to be busy with touring as is.
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Old 01-29-2008, 05:19 PM
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Yesterday we had a great Drumclinic in Basel with Gavin. He played famous pieces from Porcupine Tree and then explained very well how some rhythms are developed. How to count 5/4, 7/8 - great stuff, great drumming. Everybody was happy - room packed.

Afterwards we went for dinner - and here his greetings to our forum-members:

http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/g...greetings.html

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Old 01-30-2008, 01:30 AM
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Awesome! Many thanks to you, Bernard, and Gavin!
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Old 01-30-2008, 03:32 AM
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OMG, I would give ANYTHING to see a clinic with Gavin. Must have been an amazing time. Now I'm going to cry myself to sleep tonight, thanks! :)
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Yesterday we had a great Drumclinic in Basel with Gavin. He played famous pieces from Porcupine Tree and then explained very well how some rhythms are developed. How to count 5/4, 7/8 - great stuff, great drumming. Everybody was happy - room packed.

Afterwards we went for dinner - and here his greetings to our forum-members:

http://www.drummerworld.com/Videos/g...greetings.html

Bernhard
Funny Gavin ;) Thanks Bernhard for this video and thanks Gavin for the greetings! ;)
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Old 01-31-2008, 11:09 AM
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Hi 05R6R,

Hey, Gavin is there any truth to the rumor that PT might join Rush on tour?


Not as far as I know.

Hi Bernhard,

as always it was a pleasure to see you again and spend some time talking about the world of drums!!! The Swiss clinics are going very well.

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Old 01-31-2008, 12:05 PM
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Hi Gavin,

David here.

I want to ask you for your fill in Swerve at ca: 1:24
http://youtube.com/watch?v=_DNViiEpx8Y

Can you say how you do this (or write it down)?


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Old 01-31-2008, 08:00 PM
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One guy left a comment that Gavin was the "Highlander" of drumming. So thats how you go so damn good eh ? Been alive for hundreds of years and managed to keep your head ! There can be only one highlander...

That fill is very similar to something I have been trying to do recently but it has not found a home yet.. Its like there are quads between the left hand and the left and right foot with the right hand filling in the spaces. I can count 123-123 during that fill however it does override a bit if I am not mistaken.
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Hi Gavin,

David here.

I want to ask you for your fill in Swerve at ca: 1:24
http://youtube.com/watch?v=_DNViiEpx8Y

Can you say how you do this (or write it down)?


Thank you
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This is what I would call a typical Gavin Harrison fill. No, wait it's THE Gavin Harrison fill! ;-)

Take a look at this one here, the first bar is pretty close to it I think.
http://www.drummerworld.com/Drumclin...risonfear.html

Michen

PS: You don't build this one up in just one day. If you really want to master it, start slow and try to match your strokes to the click as good as possible. Then slowly work your way up to speed.

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Old 02-01-2008, 02:23 PM
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Hi Kalma,

I want to ask you for your fill in Swerve at ca: 1:24
http://youtube.com/watch?v=_DNViiEpx8Y

Can you say how you do this (or write it down)?


This is a job for Terry Branam !!!!

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Thank you kindly for the add, Gavin!!!
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Hello Gavin,

just ordered your DVD Rhythmic Horizons from Burningshed ;-). I can hardly wait. Here's my question: With King Crimson you've played together with Pat Mastelotto, right? What exactly is the attraction for a drummer like you to play in a band with 2 drummers?

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Old 02-02-2008, 12:32 PM
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Hi loser_user,

With King Crimson you've played together with Pat Mastelotto, right?

No, I haven't started yet. First rehearsals are at the end of March.

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Hi Gavin,

OK, my fault here. I don't want to be immodest but can you answer the question what's the attraction to play with another drummer though?
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Old 02-03-2008, 01:48 AM
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Hi Kalma,

the fill that you're asking about is a pattern that Gavin uses somewhat often when playing drums. It can be heard in the drum break in "The Creator Has A Mastertape" and also the drumbreak of "Fear of a Blank Planet".

It's a sextuplet pattern; just six notes.

S is snare drum, T is tom, and B is Bass drum. The CAPITAL LETTERS are the accents, and the normal letters are ghost notes.

It would be something like this: S-s-s-s-B-T

And the sticking would be: LRRLFR

Still, in the lick played in Swerve, he makes a ruff out of the bass part.

I think it's right. Hope it helps. Maybe someone should notate it.
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Old 02-03-2008, 12:51 PM
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Hi Kalma and moncholo,

regarding that Swerve fill 1:24
http://youtube.com/watch?v=_DNViiEpx8Y

I think it's this
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Thanks to Terry Branan of course.

Hi loser_user,

what's the attraction to play with another drummer though?

There could be some exciting rhythmic possibilities to play along with Pat. He might do some crazy electronic stuff too. I don't really know how it will work out until we start rehearsals.

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