Violinic Drumming - Various - Air Texture Volume III (CD)

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  1. The acoustic bass drum, being the largest drum with the most low frequency sound, can produce a lot of volume. Some of the higher end drum sets come with a pillow inside the shell, often referred to as an EQ pillow. However, most drum sets do not, and it is always a good idea to add some dampening to this drum.
  2. The Air Texture Volume Series asks two producers to curate a CD each of more experimental electronic music for combined release. Volume III asked Scott Monteith (Deadbeat) and Gregor Asch (DJ Olive) to make the selections.
  3. The track builds as a layered drone increases in volume and strength, and then a percussive beat underlies the drone and various instruments screech and squeal from the drone. Violin and guitar emerge from the din of the drone, but create a dissonant texture with the .
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  5. The sticks have one sound (snare drum), at one volume. It sounds awful, the sounds don't trigger reliably, and so you can't even tap along to a song and feel like you're drumming. Also, everything about this is thoughtlessly designed and cheaply made, right down to the tiny Phillips head screws on the battery covers, which were a struggle to Reviews:
  6. Air Texture Volume III, a Various Artists Album. Released 23 September on Air Texture (catalog no. AIR; CD)/5(20).
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  8. African Rhythms is the 3rd release in Wave Alchemy's MicroPack series. Produced with authenticity in mind, Wave Alchemy’s African Rhythms captures the sound of Senegal, Africa with over percussion loops and ensembles carefully recorded in 24bit using a variety of rare microphones and sought-after outboard equipment.

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