Re: Recording drums to one track. Help.
since you're new to it, just run it in and you can EQ and compress post recording.
you might try cutting 500hz -3db, Q = 2, but it really depends on the room sound and what type of program material. boost 5kc a bit, Q = .7. Certainly, you can do this post recording.
Compression is tuff to give out in terms of starter settings, but try:
attack = 30ms
release = 120ms
ratio = 3
make-up gain = 3db
and start lowering your threshold until you hear the cmp working. from there you can fiddle with all parameters to get what you want.
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