Faint - Drum Cover - Linkin Park


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My Drum Lessons! http://www.drumeo.com/coop3rdrumm3r http://www.facebook.com/thecoop3rdrumm3r http://www.twitter.com/coop3rdrumm3r http://www.instagram.com/coop3rdrumm3r I give away all of my videos and music for free, but if you'd like to help me make better and cooler videos you can Donate with the link below :) Donate Here :) http://bit.ly/trhZCj Drum Cover of Faint by Linkin Park COOP3RDRUMM3R Proudly Plays: Pearl Drums: http://www.pearldrum.com Pearl Icon 3 Sided Rack and all Pearl Hardware Pearl Demon Drive Eliminator 3001 Double Pedals Pearl ELX Series Ruby Fade 7 Piece - 10 x 8" 12x10" 13x11" Rack Toms, 16x16" 18x16" Floor Toms, 22x18" Bass, 14x4.5" Snare Pearl 13x3" Piccolo Snare Pearl 13x4.5" Steel Shell Snare Pearl 10x4" M-80 Firecracker Snare Zildjian Cymbals: http://www.zildjian.com 16" & 18" A Custom Crashes (A Custom Projection Crashes in some Vids) 8" & 10" A Custom Splashes 20" A Custom Ride (20" K Custom Ride in some Vids) 14" A Custom Hi-Hats (14" K Custom Session Hi-Hats in some vids) 12" Oriental Trash China 16" Oriental Trash China 8" & 10" ZXT Trashformer Splashes (Only in Some Videos, They Are The Bent Colorful Cymbals) Vic Firth Sticks: http://www.vicfirth.com Vid Firth Buddy Rich Signatures Vic Firth 5A/5B (White) Remo Drumheads: http://www.remo.com Toms - Clear Remo Pinstripe Snare - Controlled Sound or Emperor X (Coated) COOP3RDRUMM3R Proudly Records Using: Presonus Audio: http://www.presonus.com Firestudio Tube - (16 Channel Firewire Recording Interface w/ Tube Preamps) Shure Microphones: http://www.shure.com Rack Toms - PG56 x3 Snare Drum - SM57 Overheads - PG81 x2 16" Floor Tom - SM57 18" Floor Tom - PG52 Bass Drum - PG52* *Some videos an AKG D112 is used on the kick as I only have 1 Shure PG52. Apple D.A.W. - Logic Pro Studio 9 https://itunes.apple.com/app/logic-pro/id459578486?ls=1&mt=12 Firewire in through Presonus FireStudio Tube Go Pro Cameras: http://www.gopro.com 4 Go Pro Hero2 HD Cameras 11 megapixels - 30fps - 1080p - 170 Degree field of view Canon Cameras: http://www.canon.com Canon t2i - 18 Megapixels - 30fps - 1080p Canon t3i - 18 Megapixels - 30fps - 1080p Apple - Final Cut Studio The brands and equipment above are absolutely the best in the industry. Whether you are a beginning drummer, or a veteran drummer, the companies above provide the best possible gear for your drumming, recording and video needs. I personally highly recommend the gear above, as well as the other equipment and gear produced by these companies. You won't find better sounding, looking, and better quality equipment anywhere else. I'm only satisfied with the best, and thats why I play the best :D COOP3RDRUMM3R does all of the video/audio recording, mixing, and editing for his current and past videos. From September 2011 - May 2012, Video was recorded and edited by Zach Sturino of Recollections Media. He was a huge part in making my videos look as good as they do and getting me and my videos to where they are today. He is an EXCELLENT videographer and Video/Photography specialist. I highly recommend him for any of your video/photo needs. Please check out Zach Sturino & his media company Recollections Media. http://www.recollectionsmedia.com https://www.facebook.com/RecollectionsMedia http://www.vimeo.com/zachirino http://www.youtube.com/zachirino21
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