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Better Drum Sounds - the hi-hat

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Just this morning, our guitar player asked, "Hey Dave, is the hi-hat loud enough out there?"  He obviously wasn't hearing it on the stage.  Here are some great tips from Audix on how to make the hi-hat fit better into the mix.  After all, if you can't hear an instrument in the mix, why bother playing it? 


How to Make Your Rechargeable Batteries Last Longer

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by Mike Sessler,

Though I’ve been using rechargeable batteries for almost 6 years now, I’m still learning the best way to maximize their life and run time. I am a firm believer in continuing education, and we try to monitor the life of our batteries, look at the data and feed that information back into our systems that get tweaked for better performance. 

As I said in my previous post about batteries, I was a little disappointed in the life I got of my first set of AAs. I don’t blame the manufacturer; I suspect we didn’t use them in a way to maximize their life. So we’ve made a few changes. These changes are based on our usage patterns, so consider them as principles we’re trying, not absolutes to follow.


The first thing I did was to establish a rotation pattern for our batteries. We have 32 AAs in stock, and use 12-16 for a normal weekend. However, now that I have a team of volunteers who help set up on Saturday (and this includes getting batteries for the mic’s), I noticed that they would gravitate toward some of the chargers and leave the batteries on the other ones. I suspect this led to some of the batteries being used a lot more often than others. This would explain why I have 12 or so batteries from the original set that still work great, and others that are pretty much done for.

Read more: How to Make Your Rechargeable Batteries Last Longer


The Season of the Switch

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More and more high profile artists are switching to the RC wireless capsules from Heil Sound. The latest list of "ship to" addresses reads like a study in musical diversity.

Rocker Bret Michaels purchased two RC35s -- he first tried the RC35 last summer on tour with Poison and immediately heard a difference in his monitors.

Barry Manilow ordered six RC35's, Queen Latifa owns two, as does Christian singer-songwriter, Chris Tomlin.

Last but not least, Detroit friend, Mayer Hawthorne will be teaching the "Earl Flynn" dance to crowds world wide via his silver RC35 from the Heil Sound custom shop.

Stay tuned for more additions to the RC group of users!


Better Drum Sounds - tom toms

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The fifth chapter in this video series on how to mic up your drums with Drum Clinician Mike Snyder and Audio Engineer Dean k. Mike demonstrates how to get the best sounds from your rack toms and floor toms.

Spend some time with these guys and learn how to tighten up your tom sounds by using the Audix D2 and D4 microphones.  I think that you'll be well-rewarded for the time you spend watching these videos today.  Please call us if you have questions about drum microphone technique, or about Audix microphones. 


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What others say

The Countryman E6 mic you supplied arrived very promptly and has worked really well as a mic for preachers in our church. It sounds good and is almost invisible in use.

Rod Webster, Derbyshire, UK

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