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    I've seen so many people, including myself, post an amazing array of questions here for our resident experts to ponder about. Some times I've found my self searching for the perfect sound from a sample I get way into all the proceesing capabilities such as mic type, ambience, reverb, room size, room material, tuning....etc. One thing I've learned is to take the time to step back and try all of the samples in the td-10 and mess with them all a little. I used to flip through the samples and stop at the first one I liked and then tried to perfect it through all the processing capabilities. I also realized I dont really know what I like and that what I seem to like the most changes from week to week. It's very frustrating that we humans are never truly satisfied.

    -drumlogic
    -Drumlogic, V-session, Visulite/roland cymbals, (2)Mackie srm-450's, bbe 482 sonic maximizer,

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    I really agree with that. Some of the samples that on first impression I thought were truly lame, are actually now some of my favorites (with a little TLC added).

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dr. kildrum:
      I really agree with that. Some of the samples that on first impression I thought were truly lame, are actually now some of my favorites (with a little TLC added).
      Ditto

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      • #4
        Sometimes having a lot of choices can really be a curse.

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        • #5
          Same here,
          I was obsessed with the TDW1 kit #1 for the 1st month, but now can't stand it.

          Lately, I seem to be going through a phase of tuning all of my snares up and cymbals down. I'm suprised that more of us aren't sharing our favorite kits.

          Regards,
          Bill

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