Mixing sound for an album will depends largely on the quality of the drum recordings. High quality drum recording are the hallmark of professional quality recording studios. Drums professionally recorded will sound big and punchy rather than muffled and small. This type of recording can bring legitimacy to your album and make all the instruments sound better. Because of this, drums deserve the most attention when recording.
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Why Your Drum Sound Is What Matters Most
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