#1
Are they recorded all in one take? Or does the drummer just play the verse, chorus, bridge etc, and then it all gets pieced together?
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#2
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#3
Probably all at once. Mic'ed up like they are in live situations.
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#4
Either way.

It comes down to the producer and the drummer to choose how they record.

EDIT: I'm a drummer by the way, so...yeah.
#7
I'm guessing it's just like recording anything else. Either in one take or piece by piece.


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I usually lose count by the time I reach the end of the first verse...
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they have a microphone for every peice of equipment that the drummer has, like the bass, toms, cymbals, snare, etc. and most of the time, for serious bands that are popular, they honestly have the computer remake all their drum beats and play it through for recordings... eversince about 2005 i've seen that happen.
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they have a microphone for every peice of equipment that the drummer has, like the bass, toms, cymbals, snare, etc. and most of the time, for serious bands that are popular, they honestly have the computer remake all their drum beats and play it through for recordings... eversince about 2005 i've seen that happen.


thats mainly metal bands because triggerz are teh brutalz
#13
All at once or it doesnt really flow all that well.

Source: music technology student and been in the studio many a time.
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#15
If they're wanting a realistic sound, they'll mic the bass, snare (top and bottom) and have two overheads. If they're wanting mainstream isolated drums, they'll mic everything up. I think.
#16
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thats mainly metal bands because triggerz are teh brutalz


Triggers =/= Computer Drums
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Triggers =/= Computer Drums


true.

On the subject of triggers lol @ the whole deathcore scene.
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#18
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true.

On the subject of triggers lol @ the whole deathcore scene.

yeah d00d. anything that's even deathcore related i won't listen to because its not br00talz enuff for me.
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yeah d00d. anything that's even deathcore related i won't listen to because its not br00talz enuff for me.


Sarcasm fail, I dont listen to anything remotely as heavy as deathcore in the first place.
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#20
mics near or on the drum.
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#21
Mics!!!


A decent snare clip, A BD mic and a pair of crossed overheads to eliminate phase is all you need, and do it in one take or it looses its groove, give him a click down the headphones aswell.
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#22
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Are they recorded all in one take? Or does the drummer just play the verse, chorus, bridge etc, and then it all gets pieced together?

Whatever way he wants to but usually it's all one take as it blends better