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The Wikidrummer: No artificial reverb added

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How does the space that you’re making music in change the sound of the music? French drummer Julien Audigier, Audio Zero, and Wikidrummers put this video together to demonstrate the “natural echoes and decay patterns” of drums in different environments. No artificial reverb added.

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In the archives: more drums and more sounds.

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