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March 05, 2015

Session Report w/Jeff Bowders

    There is a secret to getting great drum sounds that surpasses almost anything else. It’s more important than having good mics, killer drums, or even an amazing room. What I’m about to tell you might shock you…..but it’s a secret that will always set you up for great drum recordings. Are you ready?

January 05, 2015

Charlie Releases FREE Drum Miking eBook!

  Record Awesome Sounding Drums! FullOnDrums’ very own Charlie Waymire has released a FREE eBook titled “4 Twists On Minimal Drum Miking”. With this eBook you’ll learn 4 different minimal miking techniques that will teach you how to get great sounds with minimal microphones and gear.

January 21, 2014

Episode 30 – The Toft ATB Console

  The console has long been the central hub of the recording studio. Even with all of the flexibility and convenience of modern software-based recording, there’s nothing like having all of your mic pres, eqs, and routing for effects and headphone mixes all neatly laid out at your fingertips. Today we’re leaving the rack gear […]

November 26, 2013

FullOnDrums Open House Extravaganza!

Come hang out and talk drum recording!

August 20, 2013

Episode 28 – Statues of Cats

  Los Angeles based rock band Statues of Cats have been recording their debut EP, “Memorabilia”, for 80/20 Records at Ultimate Rhythm Studios.

June 19, 2013

Episode 27 – Chandler Limited!

In this episode Charlie gets to play with some of his favorite gear from Chandler Limited!

May 23, 2013

Episode 26 – BIG Drums w/Jeff Bowders

Rock drummer extraordinaire, Jeff Bowders, joined FullOnDrums.com at Ultimate Rhythm Studios for what we thought would be a fun episode with some great rock drumming. Boy were we in for a surprise!

April 15, 2013

New Paiste Precision Series Video by FullOnDrums.com

Produced by Charlie Waymire and Scott Francisco (Scott with the killer red concept!). Paiste released the new Precision Series at the Frankfurt Musik Messe in Frankfurt Germany. The video features John JR Robinson, Dean Butterworth, Jason Sutter and Franklin Vanderbilt.

April 05, 2013

Episode 24 – The Big Room!

  Charlie discusses several different ways to get room sounds in a large room

March 12, 2013

Episode 23 – Gettin’ Crazy w/Glen Sobel!

Alice Cooper’s stickman Glen Sobel is hands down one of the best rock drummers around. His knowledge of music and skill level on the drums are why he has been sought after by some of the best musicians in the business.

February 20, 2013

Episode 22 – The Mid-Side Technique

  Charlie demonstrates the Mid-Side stereo micing technique.

October 24, 2012

Audio Technica Performances

Here is a set of videos featuring both the perfomances from Episode 20 – Audio Technica and Kurt Berger demonstrating several other setups featuring microphones from Audio Technica. All of Kurt’s recordings were recorded through Overstayer Channel Amps with no other processing.  

October 23, 2012

Episode 20 – Audio Technica

Charlie demonstrates some great mics from Audio Technica in a variety of setups.

September 12, 2012

Episode 19 – Polar Patterns

Charlie demonstrates how to use different polar patterns to get the most from your microphones.

June 07, 2012

Episode 13 – Rooms pt2

Charlie takes last week’s room sound and demonstrates some techniques to get the most out of your room mics in the mix.

May 30, 2012

Episode 12 – Room Mics pt1

In this episode Charlie demonstrates some of the popular coincident micing techniques to capture a full, focused room sound.

May 23, 2012

Episode 11 – Recorderman

This week Charlie demonstrates the Recorderman technique as well as a few variations.

March 13, 2012

Episode 2 – Overheads

This week Charlie takes us to Ultimate Rhythm Studios to show us four popular overhead techniques. 1. Neumann KM84s in an xy. 2. MXL V67Ns in ORTF. 3. Spaced cardioids using Audio Technica 4050s. 4. MXL R144s in a Blumlein pair. We also get to see Charlie’s personal kit in it’s natural habitat. The downloadable […]

March 04, 2012

Recording Drums – The Basic Approach

Every engineer has a basic default setup that suits 90% of situations he may find himself in. I am no exception. If I have a bunch of time, this setup may be a starting point for more creative techniques. When this is the case, often I will still leave the basic mics in place in […]