Modern music productions often blend the rich and natural sound of acoustic drums with the punch and drive of drum machines and samples.
In this video Ben Lindell will show you how to combine and shape these two different but complimentary sources to create the foundation of a rhythm section that you can use in any genre you will work on.
You will learn how to analyze and improve the phase relationship between bass drums, make snares pop out of the mix and get a a fatter, vibey sound, while at the same time using the natural overheads and room sounds to add depth and dimension to the groove.
All these aspects combined will give you a skill set to produce your next unique, refined and professional drum sound.
Apamix •Wednesday, October 12, 2022
Spanish subtitles please --
fuck.mai •Thursday, March 24, 2022
spanish subtitles please!!!!!!
orlandonandez •Saturday, March 12, 2022
please Spanish Subtitles
fernando.horna •Saturday, August 8, 2020
El video me pareció genial. Pero hay cosas q no logro entender de lo que dice. Podrían agregar subtítulos por favor?
ramon.k •Saturday, May 18, 2019
This was a very good tutorial. I real liked how you eq’d everything to get the sound and balance you wanted without smashing everything with a compressor. I enjoyed the balance between the electronic drums and the acoustic kit. I certainly wished they recorded a better drum kit and better cymbals but with Ben’s Knowledge and experience he made everything work quite well to compliment the song.
justalex •Monday, January 30, 2017
Great tutorial! Quick question: did you tie the live drums to the grid?
G.MICHAELHALL •Monday, November 14, 2016
Quite possibly one of the most important and enjoyable videos on this site. Who wouldn't want a guy like Ben steering a mix!! Excellent tutorial with priceless detail fixes
mahmudka •Wednesday, October 26, 2016
toussaint2001 •Monday, September 19, 2016
Hello it's impossible to run the Video!!!
Do you have a problème on this?
eskunk •Friday, August 26, 2016
"Um, excuse me... did you just assume this drummer's genre?"
Great tutorial! Some things I definitely needed to hear.
rickdrumss •Sunday, August 7, 2016
just great thank you!!
benlindell •Monday, February 29, 2016
@Producerpaul Eagle Eyes :) You're correct we had to use footage from a different recording session than the stems I used in the track. A little Hollywood magic had to go into this one.
Producerpaul •Monday, February 29, 2016
Arek, you are correct, that is not a D-112. The D-112,is on the tom. I just think he got confused, it happens. Interesting tutorial though.
ArekGolab •Thursday, January 21, 2016
I'm like 99% sure that kick in mic showed is an Audix D6 not AKG D112 :P
And while most of those courses here say about conservative levels, those are hot as hell :P