i like boom tri dbl braced for hardware that I do not plan to carry around a lot.
If I was being mobile with my set right now I would look at the AXIS Vortex Boom Single Braced Stands.(I think they are out of production?...but they are findable)
I also like to use clamp on extensions(sometimes...
Here is a good thread talking about Nashville Number System from back in late 2008
Has a great reference to a book(post #14)...and some contact info for the author.
Search is VERY powerful on DW!
Jim Riley - Nashville Number System
Trust is the victim of a secrecy/allowed manipulation(open advertisement) culture. Its easy to see why people that have lived longer than the current average population age start to see threats everywhere...where companies end up damaging long term sales while making a fraction in short term...
Music is a very collaborative landscape.(i AM captain obvious!)
I think that the more you contribute as best you can, the better your involvement becomes...including knowing when to not contribute.
Trying to 'take' a position is and looks exactly as described...taking.
I think it is a more...
I have been thinking about my original response and am not satisfied with it.
I would propose that EVERYTHING together, including the butterfly flapping its wings on the other side of the planet, make or break a drummer.
We cannot know alternate realities where something in the past is...
Consider experimenting with your setup.
I put my hats on a DW Remote HH stand attached to my snare. The hats are directly opposite of where I sit...so no limb crossover required. its amazing how much adjustment for limb crossover I used to do.
Thought I would interject that the A.I. business buzz-word(alot like "The Cloud") is not needed...the tech that allows one voice to sound like another is called an Envelope Follower.
Artificial Narrow Intelligence does exist(very limited in function) while Artificial General Intelligence(very...
If only the person twiddling the knobs cared as much as I do...
Tech: Its ready
Otto: <<looks at the patching and board>>
Otto: What do you think of setting the polarities so they compliment?
Tech: <<rolls eyes>>
Would be great to have the $ or contacts to work with professionals...but alas...
Enough clearance between the bottom hat and the snare rim so that when the bottom hat traverses its full movement range it will not strike the snare rim...usually overlapping the snare by about 10-20%-ish?
Sell the mutes and buy more sticks.
I understand why people don't approach directly...the news is littered with the results...but how far do we allow our legally defined rights to be subsumed by fear? my local ordinance defines the time and decibel range allowed.
Know your rights, discuss it...