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Thread hey everyone just a quick introduction

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dxdrummer

dxdrummer

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1 Posted on 12/06/2007 at 03:04:19
Hello,
I'm currently a sophomore at UC Davis. I primarily use REAPER and EZDrummer to record. I don't currently have the funds to set up a home studio so I've just been picking up whatever I've been able to over the years. I've played drums for 7 years (I have my own acoustic set but I recently moved into an apartment which makes it difficult to play :-\) and I played piano when i was very young but don't remember how to do it. So basically I'm using EZdrummer because it was cheaper than a electronic drumset and I play in bands and whenever we've tried recording any drumset it always sounds bad.

I'm interested in learning other instruments, and I would love to set up a recording studio in my home, most likely when I've graduated and I have a job.
Neats_en

Neats_en

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2 Posted on 12/10/2007 at 21:46:41
Hey DX, i'm new here to. Are you studying to be the Pro or ya an enthusiast?
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