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Hello fellow dubheads, <BR> <BR>I was just wondering if anyone had experience listening to both volumes of the drumdrops dub dvd's, the multitracked ones. Basically I was wondering if there are any qualitative differences in drumming styles between the two. In other words, does one suit a particular type of dub more than the other? I'm interested in laying live instrumentation over the top and particularly like the type of dub found on those Blood and Fire compilations. Thanks!
some more info on the dvd can be found here: <BR><a href="http://reviews.dubroom.org/various0003.htm" target="_blank">http://reviews.dubroom.org/various0003.htm</a> <BR>the review by messian dread is so full of enthusiasm that it's hard to distuingish it from advertisement.. <BR> <BR>some sample tracks here: <BR><a href="http://www.drumdrops.com/index.jsp?p=PAGE-DOWNLOADS" target="_blank">http://www.drumdrops.com/index.jsp?p=PAGE-DOWNLOADS</a>
I own Drumdrops in Dub Vol 2, both the multitrack and loops disks. The quality of these is very good. The real differences are going to come in the drumming styles since Vol 1 is Horsemouth and Vol 2 is Style Scott. I chose Vol 2 since I personally prefer Style Scott's drumming tho what I heard of Vol 1 was good as well