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It’s just kind of fact that they’re meant to be as quiet as possible. I live in the attic of my dad’s senior apartment and I want to record vids for YouTube. If I use a studio, I prefer my regular cymbal’s sound. Also when recording with 1 mic the Nice The Muppet Drum Zildjian Shirt. I’m glad you are optimistic but using these in live or studio gigs is going to be very troublesome. These things do not produce pleasant tones at all and are more for practice. I will be surprised if the audio is anything above mediocre at all from recordings. Since it replies to the same RemindMe! trigger phrase, you may receive a second message from it with the same reminder.
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I tried a few cymbals of that brand before. Way too loud and feel like smashing pots and pans, especially china. But they are a Nice The Muppet Drum Zildjian Shirt. Affordable and a good enough quality. Also which one is quieter? I have the go-anywhere kit and I’m debating on which ones. Sabian’s louder for sure, but it’s not that bad. I took Sabian as an affordable sound variation (all Zildjian crashes kinda sound the same). Sabian’s hi-hat has a more realistic feel (especially when double stroking some grooves). I actually have a very wide snare wire. Maybe that’s the problem? I’ll experiment with the tightness. So I have it very tight at the moment, pretty much as tight as it will go.