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The prevalence of a median artery was around 10% in people born in the mid-1880's
compared to 30% in those born in the late 20th century.
If this trend continues, most people will have median artery in their forearm by 2100.
Microevolution at work. This concludes our biology lesson for today.

 

 

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Quite possible apparently it 35% today, not bad, mix worked OK here.

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wonderful sounds.how do ya get those huge drum sounds?what vst plugins and effects?jack c.

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6 hours ago, jack c. said:

wonderful sounds.how do ya get those huge drum sounds?what vst plugins and effects?jack c.

Thanks Jack.

There are a few things I do to get those drum sounds. It starts with great snare, tom and overhead mics (Gefell M300)
I don't usually pan the overheads all the way L and R. Maybe 75%. This keeps the kit tighter and allows room for the guitars.
I also don't pan the toms more than 50% to keep most of the low end in the center.
I keep the tom and snare reverbs tight and directly behind each drum for more definition and separation.
As far as VSTs. I use mostly Fabfilter stuff for compression and dynamic EQ as well as the SSL Drumstrip Native Plug-in.

Thanks for listening!

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I needed something dark and heavy right now, and you delivered.  Good mix and performance!  I gotta go to Wikipedia now.

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Like this a lot. Drums bass excellent

Really enjoyed the listen and like Lynn had to make a visit to Wikipedia!! You learn something every day...

Cool

Nigel

 

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