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Koala Kovers
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Hey guys, so I have been playing drums for about 5 years now and it was only a thing I really did when I was bored or had a friend who played guitar or what ever, it was just jam seshes. But I recently decided to start making covers of songs that I really enjoy the drums of.

http://www.reverbnation.com/absurdkoala

You can check them out here. The recordings are all done on an Alesis DM10 Studio Electronic Set, and I've always enjoyed the electronic sets for recording over a normal set. It sounds cleaner without having to buy really expensive recording equipment and I can enhance the key parts of the set in relation to the songs I.E. For metal songs I can make the bass pop out more and dial down the cymbals.

I've always been really self conscious about my playing even though I know I can, it's mainly because I'm just not one to really play in front of people. I remember being this way back in school when I was in the band as I dreaded the tests or concerts where you play in front of anyone. I'm not posting these up to fish for complements or anything, not saying you all would assume such a thing, but because I enjoy playing and I feel like breaking out of my shell a little.
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