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Old 05-01-2006, 11:14 PM
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Hi LinearDrummer,
Yes that clip isn't particularly representative of what the whole DVD is about.
A lot of the DVD lessons are based on the concepts from my first book "Rhythmic Illusions".
If you like beat displacement and rhythmic manipulation - you might like this DVD.
There's some musical performances on there too - which have some relevance to the lessons. Plus some on screen notation and alternative audio mixes that you can select from the DVD remote handset - so that you can hear mixes of the drums and music - or just the drums with a click.

Good luck playing backwards or forwards!!!!

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Old 05-02-2006, 05:40 AM
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Hi there

I just went through you're DVD, and my brain overtemped! Those are some hardcore concept for me, highly interesting to develop time control.

Cheers for a freakin' high quality product, really inspiring, i'll get to work now!
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Old 05-02-2006, 05:15 PM
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Yes, I must update the Gavin Harrison Page.

...and just put up a new video-sample

Swerve....

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

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Old 05-02-2006, 05:31 PM
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Thanks, Bernhard! Great stuff!
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Old 05-02-2006, 07:41 PM
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Bernhard -

Thanks for the new clip....
This site just continues to open my eyes up to talented drummers that I would have never thought to listen to before....

Galvin -

Now thats some good stuff right there....exactly the kind of techniques I want to develop...
I will purchase your DVD and check out your concepts....maybe even steal a couple of licks - LOL....

Very nice drumming.....
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Old 05-03-2006, 06:14 PM
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Hi Gavin !

Let's just say that the performance of PT you put on last November Paris' Le Bataclan is starting to fade away in my memory and the remedy is more ... cowbell ... euh no ... the remedy is the next PT live DVD to watch/listen your playing in all your glory !
So sorry to ask this again but do you have a more precise release date for the PT live DVD from the mastermind Steven Wilson ?
Any plans for the Next PT record ?
What are the grooves you wish you had played/created ?

And what about Iggy Pop, I know you toured with him, is he really crazy or is it just an act ?
Thx and Keep Up The Goood Work !!!
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Old 05-03-2006, 07:36 PM
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Hi CarterB_Junkie,
we still don't have a precise date for release of the DVD - I'm hoping it will be within 8 weeks.
I didn't understand - what's "from the mastermind of Steve Wilson" got to do with it?
The next PT record will probably be recorded this winter and hopefully released next spring - but I honestly don't know for sure.

Iggy Pop was great. He's a really nice guy - no it's not an act - it's a frenzy he gets into during his amazing performances. I really enjoyed watching him every night from behind the kit. VERY entertaining.

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Old 05-03-2006, 10:30 PM
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Great video's from Gavin. Really looking forward to picking up the DvD.

And on a side note, that new video - "Swerve" - has the same name as my WoW character.
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Old 05-05-2006, 10:38 PM
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Greetings Gavin!
I have closely read section Recording drums on your site, but at me some questions if you will allow have appeared.
1. Please, tell more in detail, you use what equipment in studio: a mixer, compressors, monitors, a configuration of a computer, etc.
2. What you use adjustments(options) of a mixer, compressors, and other equipment?
3. You use digital(computer) click, or rhithm-mashine while recording?
4. How you place microphones for recording (especially snare, kick, hi-hat and overheads)?
5. How there is a process of record of a song? You play a track entirely, and then readjust parts which have not liked you, or play separate fragments, and then make from them a song on computer?
6. How acoustic preparation of your studio was
was spent (i mean walls, floor, etc.)?

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Old 05-05-2006, 11:42 PM
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Hi e7z,
I'll try to answer your questions.
I use these microphones
Audix D6 at the from hole of the bass drum - no eq - about 2 inches away from the skin
Audix i5 on the snare top - little bit of 12khz boost eq - about 2 inches away from the skin
Shure SM57 for under snare - reverse phase - no eq
Electro Voice ND408 on the toms - no eq
2 Royer 122 ribbon mics as stereo overheads - reverse phase - no eq
AKG ck391 on the hi hat - low frequencies cut eq
2 Scheops CMC5 as stereo room mics.

They are connected to the desk and then into the Apogee Rosetta 192 digital converters - and into Logic Pro 7 software on my Mac G5.

Sometimes I use the Waves C1 compressor on the snare top and sometimes on the overheads. Sometimes I use the Space Designer reverb which is part of Logic Pro software.

I try to record the whole song in one performance. Maybe I will make 3 whole performances that I like and cut from one to another - but try to keep as much of one performance as possible. I don't like to record in little pieces and then assemble - because I can hear that it's not continuos.

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Old 05-06-2006, 12:22 AM
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Gavin,

No questions, but Id just like to mention that Im a fan of your work w/Porcupine Tree.

I was at the Houston Tx. show, and purchased XMii there, which didnt leave my CD player for months.

I think its really cool that you take time to answer the questions here.

Take care,
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Old 05-06-2006, 04:03 PM
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Hi Gavin!

Just want to tell you that your playing is absolutely ace and that you are my biggest hero!!
And you are a really nice to spend some of your time to answer us our questions!
I discovered you and your fabulous playing through the music of Porcupine Tree, and now im going kind of crazy buying everything you have played on. Next on the list is the Stefano Panunzi record "Timelines".

I have a question about a song on the "Stop" album with Sam Brown!
There is a song on it called "Ball and Chain" and i noticed that in the booklet there is nothing saying that there is percussion on that track, but it sounds almost impossible to play that in one take. So I wander if it is in one take or if there is any overdubs? If it is overdubbed I wander how you think when you come up with these fantastic percussive ideas.

Love your playing!!
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Old 05-06-2006, 04:25 PM
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Hey Gavin!

Very nice to meet you here, I`ve seen your vids some hours ago...Gavin, you are awesome.
I`m sure you`ll be a big influence!! Your feeling is amazing and your sense...mhhh, love these dynamics!
and you play this very straight, just great!!! :)
and I have a question for you:

how do you get this sensible soft snare drum sound? How do you tune it??
and how can I get this sensible sound without so much snare wires sound while playing on the toms??

thanks alot,

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Old 05-06-2006, 11:54 PM
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Hi cvighals,
yes - "Ball & Chain" by Sam Brown - that was all done in one take with no overdubs. I played the rims of the toms plus the cowbells and the metal crasher thing.
Originally the song had a completely different feel - but one day Sam walked into the rehearsal room as I was playing that kind of pattern - and just stared singing the verse of Ball & Chain over it. We all liked it - and rearranged it over that groove.
I really like "Your Love Is All" from that album. She was such great fun to work with.

Hi Karl,
I find that if my snare is buzzing when I play the toms - it's usually just one tom (the one in front of me) where the pitch is very similar. If you turn your snares off and listen to the pitch of the snare drum - and then compare it with the offending tom - you should find they are in the same pitch zone, so you must decide if you want to raise the pitch of the snare or the tom. It doesn't matter - as long as they are significantly different.
I also cut down my snare wires from 12 strands to 8. Cutting the outside 4 off.

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Old 05-07-2006, 12:01 AM
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I find that if my snare is buzzing when I play the toms - it's usually just one tom (the one in front of me) where the pitch is very similar. If you turn your snares off and listen to the pitch of the snare drum - and then compare it with the offending tom - you should find they are in the same pitch zone, so you must decide if you want to raise the pitch of the snare or the tom. It doesn't matter - as long as they are significantly different.
I also cut down my snare wires from 12 strands to 8. Cutting the outside 4 off.

Cheers
Gavin
hi, thanks alot for these tips!! I will try to change my pitch of the snare drum maybe. I find it very cool when the snare wires sound while playing a tom (especially in jazz) but it is veeery extreme when I play my drums...and what sound will you get if you cut snare wires off? a thinner "ringier" sound?

thanks alot for your help!!

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Old 05-10-2006, 11:05 PM
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Hi Gav!

Neil Peart has told in the interview

"I like what Gavin Harrison is doing with Porcupine Tree, and on his instructional DVDs. His playing and his thinking are interesting, musical, and inspiring".

You are familiar with Neil personally? What do you think of him, how about the drummer, and about his manner of drumming? It seems to me, that his style is a little... clumsy. He too strongly places elbows in the sides, for example. How you think?

Thanks,
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:42 PM
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Hi Sasha

I think I must come in here:

Please don't expect from Gavin, that he publish every private opinion about other drummers here in the public. Hope you understand. It's great, that he participates and answers every technical question, but this I understand goes too far...

Ok?!!

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Old 05-10-2006, 11:55 PM
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That is great. Love the overhead shots showing both hands and feet, Thanks Bernard and Gavin.
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Old 05-11-2006, 01:44 PM
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Hi Bernhard!

I'm sorry. It's my mistake.
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Old 05-14-2006, 11:36 PM
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hey Gavin...

i was wandering, what bassdrum pedals are you using ?

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Old 05-15-2006, 12:15 AM
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Hi Brookz,
I've been playing Axis Longboards for a few years now. Slightly different feel from other pedals I've used - but I could instantly play things on them I was only dreaming of before. After that - there was no going back.
I didn't get on well with the Sonic Hammers - so I use the 2 way Pearl beaters.

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Old 05-15-2006, 11:57 AM
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Hey Gav, Axis...
It's big surprise for me. Axis is very fast pedals. To tell the truth, I thought you play on pedals Sonor, well or Pearl. There is I was mistaken.

PS Please, write the personal message with the answer to my question about Neil Peart.

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Old 05-15-2006, 03:48 PM
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e7z,
I have the Sonor pedals too - and they're great - it's just that my feet had already got used to the Axis - and as I said - the Axis have a particular feel and my feet seem to be pretty stubborn about changing pedals.

Regarding your Neil Peart questions.
I admire Neil greatly for the way he plays - the fact that he was such a pioneer in progressive music and that he has incredible amounts of enthusiasm and energy towards the drumset.
He may not be as fast as some of the kids today - but I don't think he's trying to compete with them anyway...and I'm completely unimpressed by how fast someone can play.
He is very musical and thoughtful in his approach to the instrument and I believe has his own voice on the drums. Something that very few people ever achieve.
I do know Neil personally - and he's the perfect gentleman too.

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Old 05-15-2006, 06:39 PM
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e7z,
IRegarding your Neil Peart questions.
He may not be as fast as some of the kids today - but I don't think he's trying to compete with them anyway...and I'm completely unimpressed by how fast someone can play.
He is very musical and thoughtful in his approach to the instrument and I believe has his own voice on the drums. Something that very few people ever achieve.
Well said!

After watchin the DVD one suggestion for the next one...
Please feel free to show us your playin on the outro...you were doin some killer licks at the end but didn't give any visuals - man that sucks....LOL....

I need to see to better comprehend.......
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Old 05-15-2006, 10:22 PM
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Hey Gavin, I'm a big fan of yours, you're amazing. I feel so bad that I couldn't manage to see PT when you where in Frankfurt. I hope you liked it here and will come back someday soon.
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Old 05-15-2006, 11:06 PM
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Hi Afrolicious,

There's a chance we might be back in the Autumn. Check www.porcupinetree.com later in the year.

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Old 05-16-2006, 07:19 AM
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Hello Gavin!


Love your books!!! I have'nt gotten your dvd, but I'm sure it is amazing. I saw someone asked you about meshuggah. Thomas is an amazing drummer. My question is.. have you ever heard of The Dillinger Escape plan? I've talked to Chris a couple of times and he loves your books!!

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Old 05-16-2006, 12:47 PM
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Hi DrumDemon25,

I do know of The Dillinger Escape Plan but unfortunately I haven't got round to actually listening to any of their stuff. People have told me good things about them.

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Old 05-17-2006, 04:19 PM
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I have desire to get Clavia Ddrum 4 modul, but I have doubts in such purchase. Whether there is a sense to record, using Ddrum and what triggers are better for buying? I want to construct small studio for record of own projects. Could You consult me on this question. Thanks.
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Old 05-18-2006, 03:33 PM
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Hi e7z,
I have a ddrum4 - but don't use it much. I think it's fantastic - but for the last few years I've just be concentrating on acoustic drums. Also it's one of the few 'modules' that you can get your own sounds into - although it's not easy. Forget trying to trigger an external module through midi as there is always a delay.
The ddrum triggers are also very good and work very well with the ddrum4 module.

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Old 05-18-2006, 03:57 PM
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Hi folks,
thanks for the kind words about my drumming. It's very encouraging to know people are enjoying it.

best wishes
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Nice to meet you man...
great playing ...nice job with porcupine..

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Old 05-23-2006, 05:44 PM
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Thanks guys,

here's a little sneak preview of the upcoming Porcupine Tree live DVD.

http://www.myspace.com/porcupinetree (scroll down - also you might need to pause the music coming from the player at the top of the page).

it has been filmed on HD cameras but you'll only see a pretty squashed and compressed version here.

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Old 05-23-2006, 06:58 PM
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Just great!!

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Old 05-23-2006, 07:02 PM
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Great vid, can't wait.

The shopping cart will be full this summer...PT DVD, instructional DVD and books!

Thanks for the preview, Gavin. I just can't understand why PT isn't bigger on this side of the pond.
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Awesome video Gavin. Looking forward to the dvd.

Is the setlist mainly Deadwing/In Absentia stuff?

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Old 05-23-2006, 08:08 PM
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Jonny,
there's quite a mixture of old and new - but I would say a majority of it is from the Deadwing/In Absentia era.

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Old 05-24-2006, 01:28 PM
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Hi Guys,
here's another Porcupine Tree clip. In fact both of them are here...

http://www.studiomlive.com/

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Old 05-25-2006, 04:40 PM
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Great clips. I'll say it again: I love the way you use double base. I know everyone has their own taste but to me this is how they should be played. Really wish I could be in Chicago at the end of June!!

John Wesley compliments you guys very well. Has the band ever talked about him being a permanent member?
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Old 05-25-2006, 06:14 PM
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Hi Sonor

"Has the band ever talked about him being a permanent member?"

No his hair is too funny to be a permanent member!!!!

Thanks for the double bass comment. I've never thought of myself as someone who can play double bass. I just mess around with it.

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Old 05-26-2006, 03:20 AM
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Gavin I thoroughly enjoyed that video of 'Blackest Eyes'. I was actually discussing Porcupine Tree with a guitarist friend of mine yesterday, the name just popped up into the conversation. I can't say I'm a particular follower of your work, but after seeing that video I may have just changed my mind. I'm sorely tempted to check out that DVD when it comes out, great work. I really like your use of effects cymbals particularly. Beautiful little flourishes, exactly what they're designed for.
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