Uploaded on Nov 27, 2011
This is a live video taken from my 2011 diploma music recital.
I'm performing my adaptation of Venetian Snares' 'Szamár Madár' from the 'Rossz csillag alatt született' record.
This is somewhat of a teaser video for one of the next videos I'll be uploading, which will be a full HD, studio quality version of this tune.
I transcribed this tune a year ago and have spent a few months going over the parts. There were a few minor mistakes, essentially accenting something slightly different to the drums part behind me, but nothing overly noticeable.
I believe I can take this tune a step further in the recording process and aim for the -exact- sounds and replicate as much as possible.
But for a live rendition, I hope I did a reasonable job of emulating synthetic drums and one hell of a drum part.
10x2" Sonor Jungle Snare
14x5.5" Sonor 3005 Maple. (Tuned super low with a coated PSIII + a splash cymbal taped onto it)
14" Meinl Byzance Thin Hats
20" Dream Bliss Paperthin Crash
22" Dream Bliss Paperthin Crash/Ride
20" Dream Bliss Prototyp ride (w/rivet)
8" Istanbul Mehmet Sultan Splash (Taped to snare)
18" Gretsch Catalina Jazz bass drum
10" Sonor 3005 maple rack tom
14" ddrum diatribe birch floor tom
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