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    https://youtu.be/36IlHTOW5ko

  • #2
    Very nice drum cover.

    I find it very interesting how you play the hi hat. What I see is that you step on the hi hat pedal on quarter notes and on the same time hit it with the stick, like here: https://youtu.be/36IlHTOW5ko?t=2m48s Any particular reason for doing that?
    Roland TD-25KV, Drum-tec 14" pro Snare Sapeli, 2xPDX-100, 1xPD-125BK, 1xCY-14C, 1xCY-13R, 1xCY15R, Tama Iron Cobra HP600D Pedal, Tama HH905N Hi-Hat Iron Cobra Lever

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    • #3
      First and foremost, thank you for the compliment. Iím not sure how or why I developed that technique, itís something I just naturally do without thinking about. Iím able to do that on both acoustic kits and electric kits and still produce a fairly even sound on the hi hats. I do try when using the ride cymbal to either play 2 and 4 on the hi hat or quarters or eights or even off beat quarts on the ands. I really wanted to be a double bass drummer earlier in life but just never really developed it like I thought I should so I guess my fall back is to consistently use the hi hat to try and add texture and depth. Again, thank you for the very kind words and I genuinely hope you have a great day

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      • #4
        You are welcome. I think keeping the beat with the left foot is a good habit. I tried myself as well, but I would need some time

        By the way, where did you get your drumless tracks? Thanks!
        Last edited by adi; 07-14-18, 01:25 PM.
        Roland TD-25KV, Drum-tec 14" pro Snare Sapeli, 2xPDX-100, 1xPD-125BK, 1xCY-14C, 1xCY-13R, 1xCY15R, Tama Iron Cobra HP600D Pedal, Tama HH905N Hi-Hat Iron Cobra Lever

        For sale AD2 with 4 ADpacks: https://www.vdrums.com/forum/mark...-drums-2-with-4-adpacks

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        • #5
          I get my drumless tracks directly from YouTube. There are 2 pages that I get most of them from. One is called free drumless songs and the other is the jonesen_9

          another option is to choose a song title or artist and type in that name followed by drumless... hope this helps and have a great day

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