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i am a drummer, who plays guitar, bass etc, sings a little anything to help the creative process. lately i am writing actually original music.
i've been in bands for years and i have a studio space set up for recording and am currently producing and playing on several records.
theres six or 7 projects with songs posted at my personal page:
i have an and and all that stuff and you can follow me shankomusic
its also worth mentioning i work in live sound and will continue to work in the industry as well as continue to play music.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Sep 16 2013
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
- Most available:
good song writing, rocking guitars, talent, beautiful scenery. music that evokes emotion.
- Rhythm Guitar:
cut down to 2 drum kits, pearl birch masters to keep it brief.
custom snare drums, yamaha musashi custom wood hoops, a friend recently gave me a 1988 premier snare drum that is my current toy, pork pie so much i am forgetting.
zildjian as, ks, avedis, pearl hardware dw hardware.
guitars, fender telecasters, stratocasters, various acoustic guitars, alot of variety at my disposal.
i find myself liking the british rock sound the most currently, i have a marshall jvm that is my work horse in the studio with jj tubes, sounds great. a few gems i found along the way.
1970 optigan organ.
i rarely get rid of any gear, i keep it to use it on a record one day even if its for a 5 second sample.
i run a serious pro tools rig, 16 simultaneous inputs, i usually use 12 at a time to record drums with mics ranging from the standards like shure 57 , sennheiser 421, akg 414 too much to list.
website will be up soon for an online buisness card with samples of my playing and production for other artists.
never let them see you coming
never let them see you coming Track number: 1 Year: 2013 Genre: Alternative
something i wrote just for the sake of writing. a friend played the bass. no vocals, have some lyrics. its about the devils advocate and ghostbusters.