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  1. Innovine

    Innovine Active Member

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    I've been playing drums for a couple of months and am trying to learn how to do some drum and bass/jungle drumming. Does anyone want to collaborate by sending me some tracks without the drums so I can play along with it?
    I'm only a beginner and not expecting highly polished or finished tracks. It'd just be cool to jam along with some tunes. Here's where I'm currently at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zu5wLH1bSAE
    cheers!
     
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    *State Self confessed VW nut

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    the pace is too slow buddy. listen to some classic dnb breaks first mqan. and when you record try not to record any bleed fron the other drum sounds.:)
     
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    going as fast as I can without losing it... it took me 200 hours of practice to do what you see in the above video, so gimme a Break, hehe.
     
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    hay no worries man. im not having a dig, kinda proud your having a bash. keep going, london elektricity's drummer does most things live. ;)
     
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    Cheers mate, hope to have a whole band happening some day :) Taking it live is the way to go!
     
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    well yeah go for it man, its so refreshing throwing alternitive ideas around, its much more creative. you'll prolly find that you'll enjoy the whole experience a lot more too. good on ya ;)