Poll: Where does your band practice
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View poll results: Where does your band practice
garage
14 14%
basement
21 22%
a room in your house that isnt your basement
29 30%
a recording studio
9 9%
outside
2 2%
we dont practice
11 11%
other
11 11%
Voters: 97.
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#1
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#5
either my drummer's basement or my basement if we need to record something
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#6
we have to book village halls and stuff, neighbours are fussy around here and will be quick to report noise pollution to the police if they hear a slight peep.
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#7
we practice in 4 of the choices. the basement, outside, or my band built a studio in my friends house (in another room) so we practice there sometimes too. if we practice outside its b.c. we want our friends to be real and tell us how we are. if its the basement its to fool around and if we are in the studio we practice seriously
#10
Most of the time we do it in my room, because I have a drumkit and my amp in there, and there's a solid wall between it and the rest of the house. also, the window side looks out over a cemetry and our garden, so we don't really disturb anyone.

We've had it at my singer's house before, he has a far better kit but less space.

We did it in the drummer's garden once, that was awesome.
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#12
my garage...i have a drum set...but we all play everything-which is cool
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#13
drummer's/bassists basement (drummer is our bassists sister)
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#14
drummers room (very small to try and fit 5 guys in with all the equipment and drums), thought we're hoping it'll be somewhere in my house when i move
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#15
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We don't have a drummer yet, so we don't really practice.

know the feeling :/
Rig Winter 2017:

Fender Jazzmaster/Yamaha SG1000
Boss TU-3, DS-2, CS-3, EHX small stone, Danelectro delay
Laney VC30-112 with G12H30 speaker, or Session Rockette 30 for smaller gigs
Elixir Nanoweb 11-49 strings, Dunlop Jazz III XL picks
Shure SM57 mic in front of the amp
#17
our drummer has a square brick building for some reason thats near his house and on his property. Its small and loud as crap in there, we dont have any carpets put up yet to absorb some of the sound.
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#18
studio, £30 for 3 hours im losing money lol. Our drummers making a studio in his house now though, just doing the sound proofing so when thats done its guna be practise everyday! Cause we do nothing else haha.

Why is it everyone practises at the drummers house?!?! lol what would a band do without a drummer?
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#19
So far nowhere unfortunately, we're still looking for a singer as well but we can still get our playing tight without one, pity noone has anywhere to practice
#20
Pratice at drummers house so he doesnt have to move his DRUMSET.

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#22
rehearsal studio ftw, They dont really cost that much money if you share the cost between 4 or 5 band members tbh.
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#23
Drummers place
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#24
wen i was back in mtl we used to practice after scool and in lunch in the little room...

and otherwise it was my drummer's basement...
#25
Our drummer has converted his garage into a studio, so we practise in there. Very convenient.
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#26
usually ALL the way in north surrey for u ppl who live in b.c. and noe how far it is from burnaby
and thats the drummers house but if im just practicing with a guitarist or bassist then my basement which i hav all to myself =D
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#29
the band im in dont have a drummer yet so we go to my house and use the drum simulator thingy on my keyboard. which is in my bedroom.
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#30
Rehearsal/Recording Studio. Brighton Electric, in Brighton. Either that or Warner Studios in Brighton.
#31
Zen Studios in St Peters, the space is pretty good value for anyone working in Sydney. They also rent out Marshall stacks, Ampeg bass cabs and a selection of Ampeg, GK and Genz bass heads. There's a studio kit as well, but you'd never want to use it.
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#33
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know the feeling :/


i will join in with this feeling.
we don't have a bassist either.
we're just a guitar duet at the moment
#34
Quote by stratele
studio, £30 for 3 hours im losing money lol. Our drummers making a studio in his house now though, just doing the sound proofing so when thats done its guna be practise everyday! Cause we do nothing else haha.

Why is it everyone practises at the drummers house?!?! lol what would a band do without a drummer?


Because its easy to pickup and move a guitar and amp without spending 20 mins+ setting up the drums again.
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#35
A place between the livingroom and the bedroom of the drummer It sucks cause the parents are usually home and I feel so guilty for all the noise..
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#36
Quote by stratele
Why is it everyone practises at the drummers house?!?! lol what would a band do without a drummer?

practice at a guitarists house. the neighbours should be used to it.
Rig Winter 2017:

Fender Jazzmaster/Yamaha SG1000
Boss TU-3, DS-2, CS-3, EHX small stone, Danelectro delay
Laney VC30-112 with G12H30 speaker, or Session Rockette 30 for smaller gigs
Elixir Nanoweb 11-49 strings, Dunlop Jazz III XL picks
Shure SM57 mic in front of the amp
#37
:...( Our drummer moved to greece..Anyone live in Maryland? that plays drums (double bass) and or can sing. (thrash/metal)
#39
Drummers living room.
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