monarca escribió:rafader escribió:las baterias de led zeppelin...
En la pelicula "it might get loud" j.page vuelve a la granja donde grabaron lz IV y explica como grabaron la bateria de "when the levee breaks" (muestran fotos de la epoca tambien con el microfoneo, etc...), te dejo esto de la wiki.
Alguien escribió:According to Led Zeppelin guitarist and producer Jimmy Page, the song's structure "was a riff that I'd been working on, but Bonzo's drum sound really makes a difference on that point." The famous drum performance was recorded by engineer Andy Johns by placing Bonham and a new drumkit at the bottom of a stairwell at Headley Grange, and recording it using two Beyerdynamic M160 microphones at the top, giving the distinctive resonant but slightly muffled sound. Back in the Rolling Stones' mobile studio, Johns compressed the drum sound through two channels and added echo through guitarist Jimmy Page's Binson echo unit. The performance was made on a brand new drum kit that had only just been delivered from the factory. The drum beat has long been popular in hip hop and dance music circles for its "heavy" sound, and has been sampled for many tracks.
es donde montan una bateria en el tejado del estudio?