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by Drumgizmo team, Jes Eiler, DRSDrums

Uploaded on Oct 01, 2015 (and last updated on Oct 01, 2015)

2.5 Gb, compatible with DrumGizmo 0.9.5 and newer

DRSKit came to be as a collaboration between the DrumGizmo team and Jes Eiler of DRSDrums. Jes creates handcrafted drumkits under his own label with an attention to detail not often seen on the market.

he kit contains the following components (Left / right placements as seen by the drummer):

1 kickdrum
1 hanging tom
2 floor toms
1 snare
1 hihat: Paiste Formula 602 Medium hi-hat
2 crash cymbals
    Left: Paiste Giant Beat
    Right: Paiste Formula 602 (Lend to us by Erik)
1 ride cymbal: Paiste Formula 602 thin crash

The kit should be usable for everything from jazz to rock.

Recording setup

The drumkit was recorded using 13 microphones.

DRSKit Microphone setup

Close mic: Snare top: Shure Sm57
Close mic: Snare bottom: Shure Sm57
Close mic: Tom1: Shure Sm57
Close mic: Tom2: Shure Sm57
Close mic: Tom3: Shure Sm57
Close mic: Kick drum back: AKG D112
Close mic: Kick drum front: Shure Sm57
Close mic: Ride cymbal: Beyerdynamic MCE 86 II
Close mic: Hihat: Beyerdynamic MCE 86 II
Overhead: Focusing on left crash and hihat: Røde Nt5
Overhead: Focusing on right crash and ride: Røde Nt5
Ambience: Focusing on entire kit placed further back in the room to the left: t.bone Rb500
Ambience: Focusing on entire kit placed further back in the room to the right: t.bone Rb500

Channel setup

All microphones are connected to its own channel when loading the kit in DrumGizmo. 13 channels total. Remember to pan the relevant channels to give you a better stereo effect.

Ch 1: Ambience left
Ch 2: Ambience right
Ch 3: Kickdrum back
Ch 4: Kickdrum front
Ch 5: Hihat
Ch 6: Overhead left
Ch 7: Overhead right
Ch 8: Ride cymbal
Ch 9: Snaredrum bottom
Ch 10: Snaredrum top
Ch 11: Tom1
Ch 12: Tom2 (Floor tom)
Ch 13: Tom3 (Floor tom)


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