fluffy wrote:Toby Roktot wrote:Fluffy,
The correct word is 'meet'....
You had me racing to the lyrics archive to sea if I had f-ed up...
TATJThanks for the review. How would one "humanize" the drum machine?
That would depend on what you're using as a drum machine and how you're recording. If it's an actual physical drum machine device that you're recording to a multitrack recorder, see if it has any sort of humanize/randomization settings, or you can wibble the tempo knob while you're laying down that track or something. If it's a virtual drum machine or a stock loop that you're dealing with on DAW software, there's almost certainly a "humanize" button that will add in random variation to the drum hits.
Toby Roktot wrote:Thanks again fluffy. I usually work with my old zoom so, I'll check for a humanize button. cya !!
What model of Zoom are you using? And what's your recording setup? Like, are you recording into software, or into a hardware multitracker/4track cassette/etc.? There's a bunch of approaches you can take to make the drum rhythm not so regular, but the easiest/cheapest ways will depend a lot on how you're recording it in the first place.