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    thats like after you hit a cymbal right?

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    depends on the context in which you are using the word. Overtones can refer to extra noise after you hit your drums. Example, I have a high pitched ring after I hit my snare drum. That's my snare drum's overtone.

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    how do you eliminate drum over tones?
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    Mufflers and tuning your resos.
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    okay thanks, I just always called it resonation, but over tone is a good word too. thanks

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    Resonation is how far the sound carries and the vibrations that are created.
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    ahh, IC

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32ndHeartBeat View Post
    Mufflers and tuning your resos.
    resos = bottom head?
    Paiste Posse
    14inch 2002 series Sound Edge Hi-hats
    16inch and 18inch Signature series Fast crashes
    20inch 3000 series Ride
    18inch PST5 series China

    Pearl Forum Series drum set
    Pearl Chad Smith Signature snare(steel shell)
    Tama Iron Cobra Chrome

    RIP Frank - You will be remembered

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    Yurp.
    It also really helps if you replace your stock resonant heads with muffled or coated heads. Make sure though that the head you purchase is designed for both batter and reso becuase I bought Evans EC for mine and it sounded terrible.
    Last edited by 32ndHeartBeat; 08-17-2007 at 01:08 AM.
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