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“Place mics so that they don't bleed into one another too much. For example, hanging cymbals high – of course, to the extent that it feels comfortable – helps to achieve a nice separation between overheads and toms.
“To me, the drums are divided into 3 EQ layers: high EQ, which is cymbals and snare; mid-range would be the toms; and low end is provided by the kick drums.
“That’s how I pick and tune the instruments, as well – 24-inch kick, 14-inch snare. Preferably a metal or a wooden snare, both of which can provide a nice cracky sound. Cymbals are mainly large, warm crashes, and a ride that has a nice ‘ping’ definition, not too washy.”