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Overview of the process

If you record music on a PC or MAC, and use a drum machine, soft synth, VST instrument, or Acid loops, at some point you may say to yourself, "Hmm... this song sounds pretty good, but if only I could have real drums on it..." Well, now you can! This is the very basic formula – when you contact me I will give you all the details you need to set up the process for getting your tracks to me.

Step 1 - Your have an existing session on your PC
Step 2 - You email me a mixdown of the session
Step 3 - I record real drums for you and send them back on CD
Step 4 - You import my drum tracks into your session


Omega Sound Productions partial equipment list

Recorder: Tascam ATR60-16 1" analog tape machine
Mixer: TAC Scorpion 24/16/2
DAW: M-Audio Delta 1010, PC, Cubase
Synchronization: MOTU Digital Timepiece

Processing: TL Audio and Drawmer compressors, various plug-ins

Mics:
Kick: AKG D112 and/or Shure SM91
Snare: Shure SM57 or AKG C-414
Toms: Sennheiser MD421's
Overheads: Shure SM81's

Available drums and cymbals
Ayotte Custom
(Maple with wood hoops)
Kick: 22x16; Toms: 10x8, 12x9, 15x14

Snares:
DW 4x14 (maple)
DW 4x14 (brass)
Yamaha 6.5x14 (brass)
Ayotte 6.5x14 (maple with wood hoops)

Cymbals:
Avedis Zildjian and Zildjian K's
22" Ping Ride
21" Sweet Ride
14" New Beat hi-hats
13" K/Z hi-hats
16" K crash
17" Medium crash
18" K crash
18" China Boy low
Sabian 14" HH Regular hi-hats

 

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