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    I'm two songs in and so far it's just another LOG record. One thing that jumped out at me is how fake some of the drum rolls sound, especially the toms. I'm not saying they're not played, but when there is multiple fast notes on a single tom, it sounds replaced with everything at 127.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozek View Post
    I'm two songs in and so far it's just another LOG record. One thing that jumped out at me is how fake some of the drum rolls sound, especially the toms. I'm not saying they're not played, but when there is multiple fast notes on a single tom, it sounds replaced with everything at 127.
    I'd say 3/4's the album is your standard LoG, but there's moments that pop up here and there where they're doing something a little different.

    Agreed in regards to the drums. Everything gets a sample slapped on top of it, if not fully replaced, these days but more time could have been spent dialing that shit in.
    Perfection is the enemy of progress.

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