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Poster Re:idrum tech tuning [Re:Zeefour]
Zeefour





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No. 3 Posted on Mar 4, 2014 2:23 AM Profile | PM | Email | Quote | Search | Copy | Favorite
Well, what I mean by "Bits of stick" is actually from my old Thunder-rods which are quite old now and I used them for practice on the silencer pads, simply because they produced less drum noise like "booming" and cymbal crash compared to regular sticks. There were a lot of little shavings here and there.

Back to topic, I'm simply looking for a different tuning set up that allows for a better "live" sound, the reason I use idrumtech is simply because my ear for tuning isn't so great and after about 15 minutes my ears get tired I can't actually tell the differences in pitch unless completely off.

I can experiment in the mean time but hopefully a more experienced user than I can help out Big Smile




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