Drumming to The Who - I Can't Explain (Live at Leeds) Drum cover with mics





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Uploaded on Mar 10, 2009

HQ LINK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klfe_3...

NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED. www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html It it in act of FAIR USE and EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES. "the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes" You know i dont make money from this, i do it as a hobby, to broaden knowledge and skills and for educational purposes. So in that case, i am allowed to use the audio represented within this video.

My new re-done cover of this classic live version by my favourite band! I tried to emulate Moon's footwork on a single pedal, tell me what you think!

Equipment info:
Vintage Premier Crown (Birch shells) in Blue finish:

Rack Tom - 14 x 10 - skins: coated Remo Emperor (Batter side) Remo clear Ambassador (Reso side)

Floor Tom - 16 x 15 - skins: coated Remo Emperor (Batter side) Clear Everplay by Remo (Reso side)

Kick Drum - 22 x 14 - skins: Remo coated Powerstroke 3 (Batter side) Old original Premier logo head (Reso side)

Premier 1024 model steel Snare Drum - 14 x 5 - skins: Evans coated Power Center (Batter side) Evans 300 hazy (Snare side)

Drum sticks: Pro Mark oak - Jazz

Cymbals: Paiste 101 14" Hi Hats - Meinl Classics 14" Medium Crash - Zildjian Planet Z 20" Ride - Stagg DH series 10" splash - Old rivet Ride cymbal (Unknown brand)

Tama - Iron Cobra junior Powerglide Bass Pedal

Stagg plus Premier stands

2x DK5 Condensor Drum mic's by Peace (Overheads), 3x DK5 Dynamic Drum mic's by Peace (Toms and Kick) and a Electrovoice Dynamic Vocal mic (Snare)

And a Behringer Xenyx 1204fx Mixer.


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