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Just A Little Time (No Drums Version)

Posted by: | on October 2, 2012

8 Comments to Just A Little Time (No Drums Version)

  1. Gadal says:
    "It's an edited version (basically I've took off a short 'atmosphere' part where there's no drums, just to save a little time) and my drumming is slightly different from the album version, indeed it has more my live approach to it.
  2. Daijora says:
    Apr 22,  · I’ve owned acoustic drums since and electronic drums since , and in my opinion, there’s a time and a place for both types of drum .
  3. Toktilar says:
    I see so many large drums and power toms, and 26″ bass drums and everything. I’ve just always preferred the smaller drums, so I use an 18″ and a 20″ bass drum and they’re just tiny. SA: Those 18″ bass drums can sound like cannons. FB: Oh, they’re quick. You don’t have so much head to move, and they’re easier to tune.
  4. Arashitaur says:
    Oct 01,  · I know! I always said the same thing. It's literally the most driving song I've ever heard without drums. I once had a dream where I listened to it and there were drums in the song. I had to re-listen to the track just to make sure I wasn't mistaken this whole time.
  5. Fegal says:
    Just A Little More Time Lyrics: Well the world got so crazy / And I had some places I needed to go / In such a hurry and so full of worry / To get it all done / And I didn't notice that He was.
  6. Zulkikus says:
    When programming drums for metal, one thing that took me such a long time to realize is that even for blast beats and other intense drum beats that seem like the drummer is hitting as hard as possible all the time, there's actually a lot of variance in velocity and if you .
  7. Daigami says:
    Mar 11,  · He added more of a jazz element and I believe at that time the band wanted to go a little bit more in that direction. So I wouldn’t say it was intimidating. I’d just say I did my own version.
  8. Mazulabar says:
    It would be no drums on most of the songs. No drums, no bass, just me humming our little melodies like that." --Terrace Martin "The first 'King Kunta' version was extremely overly jazzy.

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