nice one! always liked hard or heavy songs. you could use some real drums though, but being a drummer I am partial!
If I only had a real drummer too
I can play but it's mediocre...certainly, I can't do the double bassing I enjoy so much. Still, as a solo artist I've noticed a few players out there that are utilizing all of the Superior Drummer and Ez Drummer stuff with no problems.
I would do the same, but I hate DAWs... At 42 yrs old I may have missed that boat. Give me knobs and switches please. That's what I like about the BR recorders. (Digital plus its a real unit I can deal with.)
So, I guess I need a real drummer and a wizard Protools Geek for my home studio!
I imagine you could do it with anything... from the BR or a live Kick drum. I opted for the BR because, i could just see myself flat on my face with my arm stuck inside a kick drum bellowing, "hit it again!"
I lamented that you can't do EQ on the Rhythm track on BR's for a while but never considered throwing a Wav.file over to Audacity until the other day. It just happened to be exactly what I was looking for
I've been out tonight at me local music club between Christy Moore songs and Leonard Cohen songs - I feel like jumping off a bridge---but there are no bridges near me only messing of course but it begs the question -who sings the most depressing songs and should they carry a health warning ? All Christy Moore songs seem to have the same chord sequence Amin-D-F-Emin oh yeh and the odd G or G7 thrown in Leonard Cohen songs -well they all seem to have at least 20 to 30 depressing verses and a choir. what do you think?
Thanks Burtog. I haven't listened to it through earphones as I only have £20 Numark ones,which are not the best for monitoring music with. I'm never happy with the bass on my stuff as I'm not sure which sort of compression to use. All my bass-lines always sounds a bit muddy to my ears.