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DIY'er, started running my Rolands through Reaper as well as Superior Drummer 2.0 through reaper. Man, so much to learn! That DAW is incredible for the price! I've been playing around with it and this program has so many functions! That sucks about your batteries dying! I don't know how big of a sample library and custom kits you had but I sure do know that you had some time invested. I hope to get back to the acoustic sets again but I'm physically just not there yet. Yeah, Woony has changed a lot in recent years but it's still ok! Man, the beaches here in Rhode Island are beautiful and in the summer, what a great place to be! Yeah, the waves can mess you up pretty bad! When a super storm like a hurricane coming in really stirs them up! Great memory and cool story to tell! Not many can say they were body surfing in a super storm! That's an elite group! I'll keep moving forward and let God and my friends pick me up when I fall! Great talking with you and thanks for the story!
My friend's employer uses SM81 overheads for live gigs. My friend uses those same Sennheiser mics when he records in the school studio. For large diaphragm mics, he said some people use AKG C214 or P112, he's not sure which.
I'm looking to upgrade my overhead mics, ive been recording with my gigging pencil condensers the last 5 years. They are Sennheiser e614. But I want to get large diaphragm to stay in my studio. Any ideas? I'm ok with spending good money if they are worth it. I've been noticing my overheads not being as good as I thought they were a few years back, which I think means I'm getting better at recording. Well I hope that's what it means. Any help would be appreciated.