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OH/Hi-Hats on John Mayer's Battle Studies

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bigbone:
David Barton wrote on Sat, 19 February 2011 02:52
they're mixed low, he might not have laid into them quite like a lot guys do, and he plays GIANT cymbals, so they have a lower pitch to them, which I think contributes to the effect. I enjoy it. really wish i had 400-500 bucks to blow on a couple of 17" thin crashes to use as hi-hats!



I use some 16 '' Zildjian and they are at par, i love them.

Waltz Mastering:
Room sound and  distant micing?

David Barton:
bigbone wrote on Sat, 19 February 2011 09:13
I use some 16 '' Zildjian and they are at par, i love them.


yeah, man. he used to play some paiste 17" thin crashes. I wonder what is so different that he wanted custom cymbals now...

theo mack:
BINGO!!

We have a winner!


"Or Steve could have hit them softer.

I know... what a silly concept."

Fletcher:
BTW - you might want to go to http://repforums.prosoundweb.com [the "new and improved" R/E/P forums] and ask Mr. Brauer [one of the new moderators for "Whatever Works"] about this... after all he did win a Grammy

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