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    I recorded this with my new go pro camera! Please comment good or bad, I like to hear the different perspectives.


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    Great Job, That is a fun drumming song. Is your crash, ride and china on the same stand?
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    Great job! I enjoyed that and your playing is right on!
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    Awesome!
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    We'll done! Cool to see the driver's seat perspective as a lefty. Fixed camera would have maybe kept me from having vertigo.

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    You nailed it!

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    Good work -- list the equipment you use in that recording..........thanks.
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    That was awesome! Great work. My band use to cover this song - so much fun to play.

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    Great job! Well played & drums sounded great. I was trying to follow along with you in my head, but the "lefty" thing really screwed me up, LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inthpktplayer View Post
    We'll done! Cool to see the driver's seat perspective as a lefty. Fixed camera would have maybe kept me from having vertigo.
    LOL, Me too!

    Great job, though. Drums sound awesome, and the audio is super.
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    Yeah, audio on this is nice. Interesting to know the set up. Kick was the one thing that was not audible.

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    Hi Thanks everyone! Yes my ride, crash, and china are on one stand, I have been told by a couple people the kick needed to be louder. I used Cubase 8 pro with my Tascam US 1800 audio interface. After I recorded it, I took the Cubase audio and put it to the video with a movie making program. But honestly, the audio is from another take than the video. You can notice at the very end its off a bit.

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    Overall, good job!

    Welcome to the forum, too!
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