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Re: Realistic drum programming/recording for songs
VERY enlightening, thank you very much for taking the time to write in
The hard quantization seems counter-intuitive but I guess it makes sense -
though I think that shifting i.e. hihat notes a bit gives the drum pattern
either drive or layed-back feeling.
Also the ghost notes, "accents"... Makes sense. Just thinking of Steve
Gadd's snare on Paul Simon's "50 ways to leave your lover" (or in jazz
pretty much any drummer, i.e. Jack DeJohnette).
So, I guess best drum programming advice is:
Get experience playing some real drums. Then you know what you're aiming
for in drum programming.