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 Post subject: Bad day
PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 5:23 pm 
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I had a good day actually; A day for recording is never bad. A colleague mentioned Bad Day by Daniel Powter. He sings higher than me but i still had a go today.

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 Post subject: Re: Bad day
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I'll listen tomorrow! :-D

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 Post subject: Re: Bad day
PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:10 pm 
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fordirk wrote:
I had a good day actually; A day for recording is never bad. A colleague mentioned Bad Day by Daniel Powter. He sings higher than me but i still had a go today.

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I was originally having a bad day [slow progress blues] and your AW song lightened things up. It also brings up a basic question. There's a million methods, but what are you using here to get your drumtracks for Bad Day ?


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 Post subject: Re: Bad day
PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 7:06 pm 
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I’m actually using a Korg Keyboard for the drums. It has 64 drumsets, 1300 styles with 4 variations and 4 fill-ins and a break for each. I can spice these up with 4 pads on each and sampled drums. I tend to play the song and sing it at the same time to know where i want my fill ins and changes. I can make a drum track in half an hourbthis way. i don’t like the time it takes to count how many measures each part has and the glueing loops together. That’s a creativity killer for me.

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 Post subject: Re: Bad day
PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 1:40 am 
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fordirk wrote:
I’m actually using a Korg Keyboard for the drums. It has 64 drumsets, 1300 styles with 4 variations and 4 fill-ins and a break for each. I can spice these up with 4 pads on each and sampled drums. I tend to play the song and sing it at the same time to know where i want my fill ins and changes. I can make a drum track in half an hourbthis way. i don’t like the time it takes to count how many measures each part has and the glueing loops together. That’s a creativity killer for me.


Very informative reply and exactly what I was hoping to get - equipment and workflow, but not expecting. Great job of giving a full picture with words. I like it !! I'll be using the Fantom X6 and/or live drum loops[wav] with sample editor, or in tracks …. luckily there are many ways to go with AW's.


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