I'm very happy and excited today to show you the video I've been working on over the past months. I'm playing "Anatman", a prog-rock composition I wrote starting from a polymeter piece (which you can hear at the beginning). I really hope you will enjoy it!
I cannot thank Tama enough for their trust and huge support.
The beautiful Tama kit featured in this video is a Starclassic Maple kit in Emerald Pacific Walnut Burst finish. The snare is a Starphonic Maple.
22"x16" Bass Drum
8"x6" Tom Tom
10"x7" Tom Tom
12"x8" Tom Tom
16"x16" Floor Tom
14"x6" Starphonic Maple Snare Drum
Meinl cymbals set:
14" Pure Alloy Hi hats
6" Bell (Concept Model)12"/16" Luke Holland Bullet Stack
16" Pure Alloy Medium Crash18" Byzance Sand Medium Crash
18" Byzance Trash Crash20" Byzance Sand Ride
This video wouldn't exist without all the great human beings below, which I'd like to warmly thank.The guitars you can hear (and this solo at the end) were recorded by the outrageously amazing Pierre Danel. Igor de Ferran recorded the bass part in the blink of an eye. David Castel managed to shape these 36000 stems into a beautiful mixed track. The video was filmed/color-edited through Greg Kozo's artistic eye. The delightful lightings were conceived and managed by Tom Gadonna. The drums were recorded and mixed by Tom Van Den Heuvel. A special thought to Tim, Benoit and Yann at Midilive studios. And a huge thanks to DPA microphones for the incredible partnership!
Last but not least, I'm endlessly grateful to Alain Gozzo and Masaki, without whom this video wouldn't be there.
I'm genuinely grateful to all these people for being part of this project and for everything they've done!
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