In this video, I’ll go over how to get that hard-hitting punchy rock drum sound you hear from commercial rock bands. All done in a home studio without using any drum replacers and inexpensive mics. I would love to hear how you obtain punchy drums on your recording. Thanks so much for stopping by today and would love it if you’d subscribe. Bret Ferguson @ Recording Crave
Take your mixing skills to the next level by learning how to mic, record and mix a drum set. We show mic placement and how those placements sound on this recording. We then EQ and use compression if needed. Go to www.recordingcrave.com to purchase the entire video of the mixing of this song and take your mixing skills to the next level.
This is the shorter version of “Dialing in a Mix with the Chris Lord-Alge Signature Series” video. This goes into less detail but gets right to the Before and After audio comparisons.
By request 😉 recording and specifically mixing live drums for a recording. I show you how I mixed the drums from this youtube video I did on mixing brass instruments.
Getting the snare drum to pop in the mix doesn’t have to be a difficult process. I will show you one way that works very for me.
2 very easy ways to get a better kick drum sound. How to eq the kick drum quickly with great results. Get the kick to cut in your mixes in a few minutes. How to eq drums.