Hi again1Thanks for these very detailed answers. Going back to the drums for just a second: I think, I realy meant the acoustic bassdrum, probably the rock one. I've listened to the flac file version. So there's the real drumkit right at the start. Having taken in however, what you have said about your aims in mixing and processing, I think you achieved, what you meant to achieve. It just sounds odd and not as pleasant as it might have been. Especially with metal or other grandly arranged music, you often find quite a bit of the low-end of the bassdrums cut or at least lowered heavily, because there's the bass as well to cater for the low-end, whilst the bassdrum add the kick or punch or accents. this works very well, if you have bass and bassdrum in unison.
Thanks als for passing on the address of amien, I think I will contact him.As to your spiderjessica application: it depends on the interface you provide, if I can access it. It sounds interesting. The modular album, I've never considered it thus far. Definitely a modern approach and one, which might yield interesting results and might give some power to net colaborations and the aspect of individuality and customiseability, which seems to spring up everywhere. :-)
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