wheresthefbomb

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my old band's drummer was a percussion major and into John Cage, musique concrete, and all kinds of weird shit. during intro/noise interludes he'd do stick rubs, bang together pieces of rebar I'd found him, etc.

I could see him doing the above, but the needles would have to be close-mic'd in stereo :lol:

edit: oh yeah, he also had a violin bow he'd bow his cymbals with. really cool sounds.
 

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Hahaha! Now that everyone has a home studio and does their "mixes and masters", it's funny to see anyone who knows like the bare minimum questioning the mixing choices of professional studios or older recordings. 🤣🤣
You don't have to be a chef to notice that the meal tastes bad. You don't have to be a musician/sound engineer to hear that the song sounds bad.
 

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