..Anika Nilles' videos are the same deal. Talented sound producers spend days or weeks editing her videos to sound perfect..
You're waiting for my answer to what exactly?I am still waiting for your answer in this thread, because you stayed kinda quiet..:
Playing to a click will still involve some sort of lag or push. We are human after all. I would much prefer hearing the true sound and don't see a reason for any quantizing Robots will have their turn in due time.www.drummerworld.com
And btw, if those producers would have been busy that much with making everything sound perfect, then why have they not repaired that snare drum hit just after 0.34 that falls just a little too early..?
I mean the first backbeat on 2 after that little fill..
..You're waiting for my answer to what exactly?..
Here's a thread I posted on Reddit 5 years ago on this very topic, concerning one of Anika's other videos.
..Here's a thread I posted on Reddit 5 years ago on this very topic, concerning one of Anika's other videos..
It's for sure edited. There are 6 musicians listed on the track not in the video. There is also 30 seconds worth of video and editing credits. This was not one take by any means.Another Quincy-Jones-produced Dirty Loops video has surfaced. The music is pro-tools polished, but it sounds great and…that bassist!
Korn is what came to my mind. Like he didn't wanna clean up like the singer and drummer when a musical shift was decided. Still gotta wear leather jackets though.Especially that bass player. He looks like he just walked off stage from playing with a punk band from the late 70s.