Experimenting with drums

Discussion in 'Production' started by Dark Lizardro, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. Dark Lizardro

    Dark Lizardro The Lizard that has a hammer Staff Member

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    Hey there, people!

    I know it's pretty common to use shakers, tambourines, bongos to add some grooviness to the drums line.

    Now, have you ever heard of an percussive instrument called Bodhrán? It's an Irish Frame Drum, with a very peculiar sound. question is, knowing how it sounds, would it fit on a drum line, as those other instruments I said before?

    BTW, I discovered the Bodhrán by listening to some Cruachan songs...
     
  2. BadnewsDnB

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    yeh it would, if you had a loop for example you make some cool sounding grooves with it using it as a fill


    Use it as the drum lines shuffle could sound cool as well, obv you would have to cut them up to fit
     
  3. D-Jhepz

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    i love use percs stuff.. but the boss has got to be emperor his drums are so experimental but so fine