Posts Tagged ‘drums’

david hill, dave hill, drums, drummer, songwriter

Thursday, October 29th, 2009
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john henry bonham

Thursday, October 1st, 2009
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laid down a sweet groove in ‘fool in the rain’. Given the weather today – and a slight desire for something of a bombastic beat I did my own version

Christian drummer

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009
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at your service, the links on the right will give you some more info on my artistic preferences.

in case you are wondering…

Saturday, June 27th, 2009
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the new drum groove a day (see panel on right) is an idea I have been playing with for a while…it is currently password protected for 2 reasons;

1) I am trying to determine, in my schedule, if I can maintain a daily groove (write, record, produce, upload etc) for publication on the site…and not just do a groove – but consider other formats for various applications as well.

2) It will be a membership only access for a yet to be determined fee, which will give you full access.

the idea will be you will have online access to beats / grooves I produce – to use in your productions.
In all likelihood there will be quite a variety – as I personally love rhythm in many forms.

Here is a slower tempo beat 56 BPM as an example. I will occasionally publish other grooves too – free.

Click the blue arrow below to preview…then if you want to download the .wav click the i*groove image, and select save page as…


bonham drums and guitar solo…

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009
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ok – so I was reading an interview by Page and Jones and they described the simplicity of their set up on When The Levee Breaks, possibly the most sampled drum beat ever. I took note of their description, went into my basement studio, recorded my drums, used a ribbon and tube mic acoustic mirror (on different levels of 2 story stairway) on sound forge – ran it through a delay, and compressed the works…I decided to add a guitar solo to test my shredding abilities – and really, this is not so much about melodic content as it is about sonic timbre – so here you go…it takes a few reps to gather the steam – and then rolls down accordingly…this one is called ‘hilltop’ .