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Old 05-26-2006, 12:05 PM
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No his hair is too funny to be a permanent member!!!!
Hey, no hair related discriminations while I'm around.



Still, a great band and great playing you got there. A German drum magazine had a noted out version of "Sound of Muzak" and I'm still trying to figure it out. I should practise more, but hey, I can finally play the first bar correctly!
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Old 05-26-2006, 05:45 PM
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I've never thought of myself as someone who can play double bass. I just mess around with it.
I enjoy listening to your use of doublebass rather than the way you play it, if that makes any sense. I'm not a huge DB fan but I think it has its place and, like all of your playing, you always seem to find the right time (and amount) to use it.

I recently saw Marco Minemann and Billy Cobham, and from seeing your videos all you pros make it look so easy. How much time do you spend practicing now, and how much did you spend during your most intense period as I'm sure you had more time then than now?
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Old 05-26-2006, 08:07 PM
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Hi Sonor,
when I'm at home in my studio - I try to practise anywhere from 20 mins to 3 hours per day. It depends if I've got any good ideas that I want to explore and develop.
In my most intense period (15 years ago) - I use to practise 6 hours a day.

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Old 05-28-2006, 07:52 PM
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!!!!!

Dany carey, Thomas Haake, carter Beauford and YOU, are my best influence when I play drums...

amazing groove, amazing kit ( enjoy sonor !!! ), will you make another dums DVD ?

Colin and you are one of the best "bass-drums" duet ;-) ( sorry for my writting, I'm french )
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Old 05-28-2006, 10:11 PM
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Thanks Batmike!!

My new DVD should be ready in about 2 weeks. I hope to post a video from it soon - here at Drummerworld thanks to Bernhard's help.

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Old 05-31-2006, 10:03 PM
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Hi Gavin,

I had the good fortune to see Porcupine Tree live twice last year. I love your playing, technical, but with feel and groove, you walk a fine line and make it look easy! As a former jazz drummer, I enjoy your solo album 'Sanity and Gravity' immensely (pick it up if you can, everyone), do you think you will ever do another solo record? I'd love to hear it. Thanks and keep up the inspiring work!

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Old 06-01-2006, 01:26 PM
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Thanks Derek,
Glad you enjoyed "Sanity & Gravity". For anyone who's curious there's some samples of it at

www.myspace.com/gavharrison (It's nothing like Porcupine Tree's music)

I have thought about making another record for quite some time - but I've been too busy to get around to it. Maybe next year?

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Old 06-01-2006, 01:28 PM
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Just had a quick listen to 'Witness' on your Myspace. Have you been listening to Jean Michel Jarre recently? Sounded very influenced by him. Great stuff of course. Would like to see more like this definately!
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Old 06-01-2006, 02:57 PM
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Hi Mediocrefunkybeat,

Can't say I have ever listened to Jean Michel Jarre. That (Witness) track kind of came out of the "Dizrhythmia" style. Dizrhythmia was a band I had in the late 80's along with Jakko Jakszyk (Guitar) Danny Thompson (Double Bass) and Pandit Dinesh (Tabla).
It was a mixture of Indian and jazz music - and we had quite a few Indian performers appearing on it.

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Old 06-01-2006, 03:04 PM
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That's interesting. Very interesting indeed, I'm definately going to go and have a look over at the Indian-Jazz fusion scene and see what's what. You have some really great ideas on those songs and they sound great.
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Hi Gavin
I've got another question for you about beat displacement....

I'm messing around a little with very simplistic beats and no matter which way I shift it -
ultimately my ears want to process it in its natural form and it just sounds like someone skipped the click pulse on me....

So my question is do you hear the same beat as it shifts and play some kind of mathimatical game with the space between shifts or do you hear the new displaced beat in its true form against the click....

Hope I explained that right....
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Old 06-06-2006, 12:18 PM
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Hi LinearDrummer,
It makes me laugh when I start to hear the displacement 'in it's natural form' (which I refer to as the B STATUS in my Rhythmic Illusions book). That shows that A. the illusion is going to work - and B. how strong that rhythm is, that it would pull me into hearing it as an illusion.

It's a very interesting mind game. If you play the displacement REALLY slow against a click I'm sure you can hear it as intended - as a new rhythm - that's just all off the beat. You have to remember the rhythm like that. DON'T get fooled and start hearing it the other way round.
You should always keep your mind in the 'A STATUS'....otherwise you'll end up with some strange (depending how far out you've displaced something) mathematical calculation to make at the end of it to bring yourself back round onto the beat again.

I found it very helpful to see the displaced beat written out - and to see where all the beats really sit with each other. If you've only seen the DVD - you should maybe get a peek at the book.

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Old 06-08-2006, 07:42 PM
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Hi Gav!

I think, that the most important that brains could be switched with A STATUS on B STATUS. Is easy enough to learn exercises, and correctly to play them. And here to switch brains, to feel a straight line beat and displasement beat simultaneously, it much difficult. Isn't it?
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Old 06-22-2006, 12:18 PM
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Hi Gavin,

I've been following your work for almost 2 years now and find it absoultely amazing. And your DVD/books/music are def. A class.

I was just wondering what your thoughts are on Chris Pennie from The Dillinger Escape Plan? I hear his a big fan of yours and has been working on your books lately.

And what are your Top 5 favorite drumming books of all time that you've worked through?

I hope am not throwing alot at you hahaha... Just answer when you can

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Old 06-22-2006, 07:27 PM
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Hi Chris,
thanks for the message and the kind words.
I must confess that I don't have any "Dillinger Escape Plan" records - although a friend of mine played me some and I thought Chris Pennie sounded great. It seemed quite complex stuff and I'd probably need a long time to listen to it carefully and study it.

Top 5 drum books?

In no particular order
Ted Reed's Syncopation (and the systems that you can apply to it).
Gary Chester's New Breed (similar idea about applying systems over ostinatos)
Gary Chaffee's Patterns Books
Fred Albright's Contemporary Studies for Snare Drum
Future Sounds - David Garibaldi

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Old 06-23-2006, 12:21 AM
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Mr. Harrison,


I've been listening to your drumming for some time now (Porcupine Tree) and I must say really love your style and the way you play for the music - always tastefull. I just can't get enough of the verse groove on Sound of Muzak!!

I'm having a hard time trying to find some other material of yours to get a little "collection" of your playing, also to maybe play along to your grooves and hopefully grasp some things... With a bit of luck I'll manage to take care of that issue.

All that just to thank you for spending some of your time with us and sharing your knowlegde on this forum. Thanks a lot!


All the best,
Christopher J. Adams.

P.S. Can't wait for that PT live Dvd!!
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Old 06-23-2006, 04:27 AM
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Hi Chris,
thanks for the message and the kind words.
I must confess that I don't have any "Dillinger Escape Plan" records - although a friend of mine played me some and I thought Chris Pennie sounded great. It seemed quite complex stuff and I'd probably need a long time to listen to it carefully and study it.
Hey Gavin,

If you want a relatively listenable intro to DEP then I can only recommend the "Irony is a Dead Scene" EP with Mike Patton on vocals. It's a bit more melodic and accessible than the bulk of the rest of their stuff, and I think it's downright hilarious and musically brilliant.

After that I'd recommend Calculating Infinity, which is very cool if you can get into the vibe of it all. I'm not sure I'd recommend anything else unless that one absolutely blows your mind, though...
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Old 06-23-2006, 11:14 AM
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Hi Gavin!

May I ask you one more question? I wonder about your favorit players on guitar and vocal.

Sasha.

PS I think that vocal is music instrument too.
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Old 06-23-2006, 12:37 PM
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Hi Drum-Head,
thanks for the message. Glad you like the Sound Of Muzak groove. It's great fun to play. I break it down and demonstrate it on my new DVD.

PT live DVD should be coming out August/September time.

Hi Finnhiggins,
thanks for the advise about DEP - I'll try to track some down next time I'm out in a record store.

Hi e7z,
Guitar players that I like would include - Pat Metheny - Allan Holdsworth - Eric Gale - Johnny Guitar Watson and many more. As far as singers are concerned I really like a lot of people including - Stevie Wonder - Peter Gabriel - Paul Carrack - Gary Clark

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Old 06-23-2006, 08:36 PM
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And what about Steven Wilson :)))
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Old 06-23-2006, 08:48 PM
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You know, my faforite song on DEADWING is Lazarus. Whad do you tell about this song? Have you midi files and drums transcriptions of songs from Deadwing and In Absentia. Very much it would be desirable to play these songs. Please. )))
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Old 06-23-2006, 08:53 PM
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hi Gavin,

I was just wondering if you have a clinic coming to Georgia sometime soon.

And if you do, pls do it in Atlanta Pro Percussion, like Stanton Moore, we apperciate it more than those people in Guitar Center. Plus APP has a whole huge room just for clinics.
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Old 06-23-2006, 09:05 PM
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Gav, tell please, back vocals on DEADWING is only S. Willson?
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Old 06-23-2006, 09:20 PM
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Hi meandhimcallitus,
I'd love to play a clinic in Georgia - but there's no plans to at the moment.

I'm just about to make a clinic in Chicago next week - my first in the USA.

e7z
I think Michael Akerfeldt does some background vocals on Deadwing. I was there when he recorded his guitar solo - and he was great.

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Old 06-23-2006, 09:30 PM
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Dear Gavin! Why you do not answer to all questions. It means, that to you some of them are not pleasant?
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Old 06-23-2006, 09:36 PM
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And, how I understand from your answer, you do not know absolutely for certain who recorded back-vocals on this album?
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Old 06-23-2006, 10:18 PM
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e7z,
if you have the Deadwing CD then you'll find the answers in the booklet about backing vocals etc.

I don't have midi files or drum transcriptions for Deadwing or In Absentia.

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Old 06-24-2006, 07:21 AM
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Sorry, Gavin, but my Deadwing CD have not booklet. It's Russia. Here often it is possible.
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Old 06-27-2006, 11:47 AM
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Just posted some first Videosamples from the new DVD - Rhythmic Horizons - just appeared today - check it out - great drumming, great ideas!!

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Old 06-27-2006, 12:10 PM
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Awesome! Do I sense the Thomas Haake influence making a showing there with the china-riding stuff, Gavin?

This DVD I think I may well need to get, that was really great...
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Old 06-27-2006, 12:14 PM
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Those Sonors sound absolutely phenomenal. Damn the torpedoes, one day or another a Designer Series I will have. The cymbal song was also bloody brilliant. Some really great musical phrasing ideas. Great, great work. Liking your 8-strand snare wires too. Different tastes but it sounds great.
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Old 06-27-2006, 06:37 PM
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Thanks guys,
glad you liked it.

Yes Tomas Haake is a great inspiration to me.

Many thanks to Bernhard for hosting these clips!!!!

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Old 06-28-2006, 11:00 AM
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Hey Gavin,

I was just wondering how long you practiced drums as a child and how long you practiced them now? Like hrs.

And i was just wondering what your practice routine (sp?) consits of?

God Bless,

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Old 06-28-2006, 05:26 PM
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Hi meandhimcallitus,
When I'm not touring I tend to play the drums everyday if I can. Maybe a couple of hours - it depends if I have any inspiring ideas I want to explore.
I tend not to practise technique as such - because I find my mind goes to sleep. I prefer to think of an idea first - and then try to play it. If I can't play it - THEN I work on the technique necessary to perform it.

I went through a period of practising 6 hours a day in the early 1990's. I had the 'practise bug' and I just really wanted to develop a lot of ideas.

I miss practising when I'm on tour - because there's very little opportunity to do so.

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Old 06-28-2006, 06:34 PM
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I tend not to practise technique as such - because I find my mind goes to sleep. I prefer to think of an idea first - and then try to play it. If I can't play it - THEN I work on the technique necessary to perform it.
Gavin,


What do you mean by your mind goes to sleep? Could you please explain that a bit? And when you say you think of the idea first then the technique, is that something you have always followed or are you speaking as of now?


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Old 06-28-2006, 06:51 PM
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Hi Drum-Head,
what I mean is that whilst I'm sitting there playing rolls and rudiments - my mind is dormant. It's not creative - and after I've played rudiments for an hour - I get on the drums and can't think what to play. I'm not saying that you shouldn't practise rudiments - of course not - but for me I needed to stimulate my brain for creative ideas.
Now if I want to practise rudiments I do so on a pad whilst watching TV. Your muscles need exercising of course - but so does the big fat muscle in my head....and when I play the drums - it's my head that has the ideas and not the muscles in my arms and legs...otherwise I just play a load of pre-rehearsed licks.

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Old 06-28-2006, 07:29 PM
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Hi Drum-Head,
what I mean is that whilst I'm sitting there playing rolls and rudiments - my mind is dormant. It's not creative - and after I've played rudiments for an hour - I get on the drums and can't think what to play. I'm not saying that you shouldn't practise rudiments - of course not - but for me I needed to stimulate my brain for creative ideas.
Now if I want to practise rudiments I do so on a pad whilst watching TV. Your muscles need exercising of course - but so does the big fat muscle in my head....and when I play the drums - it's my head that has the ideas and not the muscles in my arms and legs...otherwise I just play a load of pre-rehearsed licks.

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Old 06-29-2006, 03:38 PM
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Hi Gavin!

Congrats on your newly fresh updated website, Looks great!!
Also I can`t really explain how much Im looking forward to recieving "Rhytmic Horizons" in the mail.

Lately I`ve tried to get into the displacement business. I just wondered: when you go from playing a beat, to displacing it, Do you ever count the pulse or do you just feel it?
I find that playing the simplest form of the "Rockbeat" 2 and fours.. haha.. I start to think it the other way around.
When I play to a click, I can pull it off, but without the clicktrack I get tricked by my own illusion. Any tricks to help keep the pulse, or is it just practice, practice, practice?

By the way "So Called Friend" is a killer song, and your drumming on the Rockpalast version of this song is STUNNING!
Any chance that track will be included on th PT live dvd or is that a secret?

You`re the best!
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Just a quick note to say that you are fantastic drummer indeed Mr Harrison. Just seen the 2 latest videos put up in the video section and think the cymbal song is mental!

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Old 06-30-2006, 01:36 AM
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Hi cvighals,
thanks for your message - regarding youir question about displacement - yes there is an element of "practise practise practise" I just play them really slowly and learn them as a new rhythm. I never put myself in a position where I fool myself into hearing the illusion.

It's easier with a click - but important to also try it without a click. It's good brain food!!!

So Called Friend - may be on the new DVD - I don't know the exact track list at the moment. I like playing that song but it's very hard work to perform it.

Thanks Titansound,
glad you enjoyed the clips.

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