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I need online drummer for Doom Metal project.
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|Dec 16, 2011 10:14 AM ET||#1 (permalink)|
As you can tell by the sample above, I'm not much of a drum programmer, therefore I'm looking for a drummer.
1) Someone who has an electronic drum kit with MIDI output, so we can have drum maps to work with and avoid the process of recording.
2) Someone who is skilled at playing drums with a MIDI keyboard; we could try it also with other virtual instruments.
3) Someone who is very good at programming drums with the MIDI editor (this would be a temporary option).
Having a real drummer will allow me to improve the overall songwriting, so I'm looking for someone who will give something of his own to this project.
Some Doom bands I consider to have good drumming: Esoteric, Evoken, The Prophecy
If you are interested, send me a message here or e-mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org. I appreciate it.
(This post was last edited on December 16, 2011 at 10:14 AM ET.)
|Jan 20, 2012 5:16 PM ET||#2 (permalink)|
|Apr 26, 2014 1:45 PM ET||#3 (permalink)|
First of all I'm terribly sorry for the extremely late reply. I was expecting the forum to send me an e-mail if I ever got a reply, but that didn't happen.
At this point my project has greatly evolved, and I managed to improve on my drum sequencing. It's still far from a real player, but it's passable. The biggest sequencing challenge for me are the toms.
I'm now using 2 Addictive Drums kits controled by 1 MIDI map, so you would have to record twice to get all the drum pieces into the MIDI map.
Anyway, you should listen to the music first and decide if you're still interested: