#1
I recorded a drum solo (Not good, just an example) on my POS mic. I was wondering if there is anything that can be done in audacity to make it better.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/S0n1c+%2797/music/play1045611

The cymbals suck, I haven't learned to get a good tone out of them (Too loud for the parents) and plenty of mistakes.
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#4
Quote by Ethalopian
What kind of gear are you using to record, and what kind of cymbals are you using? Where is the mic positioned also?


Idk. Some no name mic.

Paiste Pst 3's. Nice sound, I haven't been hitting them too hard, though.

About a foot and a half in front of, and a foot above, the kick drum.

And I don't need anything that good, just something decent enough to be able to listen to it.
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Last edited by S0n1c '97 at Sep 21, 2011,
#5
Not on Audacity as it doesn't seem to support VST plug-ins. Get Reaper add a touch of compression, probably a gate, some reverb, then EQ to taste.
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#6
Quote by ChemicalFire
Not on Audacity as it doesn't seem to support VST plug-ins. Get Reaper add a touch of compression, probably a gate, some reverb, then EQ to taste.


Will try
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