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A NEW ACOUSTIC SPACE AND RECORDING ENVIRONMENT
The room in which the session was recorded is smaller and more
up-front than the Eldorado room used in BFD and BFD XFL, giving the
Deluxe Collection an extremely punchy and defined sound. The recording
techniques employed also contribute hugely to the sound and character
of the pack. Mic placement and processing of certain channels was
conducted by Steve Albini, and all mics were routed through the
preamps on Electrical Audio�s custom Neotek console, through subtle
processing in some cases. The mics used include the Josephson e22, c42
and c609, Royer R122 ribbons and the fabled Altec 150 'coke bottles'.
The musicality and definition of the recordings has to be heard to be
BFD Deluxe Collection is ideally suited to any styles of music
demanding potent, stunningly recorded drums with a depth of dynamic
variation to allow truly expressive playing.
A LUXURIOUS ARRAY OF HYPER-DETAILED DRUMS
As befits a pack recorded in Chicago, the Deluxe Collection features
some legendary Ludwig kits, including a Vistalite from the 1970s, with
6 toms and 2 kicks, and a 1965 Clubdate. As well as these vintage
kits, several modern classics are provided, such as a Sonor Designer,
a Yamaha Pro Tour, a DW Black Oyster Pearl and a Gretsch USA Maple.
Finally, a prototype BackYard Drums kit was flown to Chicago
especially for the sessions. The Deluxe Collection represents the
first time these exquisite boutique drums have ever been recorded.
Also provided are a Ludwig Supraphonic 'Bonzo' snare and a Bison
maple piccolo, while the kicks are equipped with felt, rubber or
plastic beaters. BFD Deluxe Collection contains 5 exquisitely recorded
Zildjian hihats, including 14" and 15" New Beats and a 13" Z Dynobeat.
These possess pedal, closed, �-open, �-open , �-open and fully
open positions. Meanwhile, a large assortment of Zildjian, Sabian,
Paiste and Wuhan cymbals have also been immaculately captured.