Asked by: Elizabeta Massenasked in category: General Last Updated: 7th June, 2020
Are Drum Shields effective?
Also asked, how does a drum shield work?
A drum screen, sometimes referred to as a drum shield or acoustic shield, is a tool used by audio engineers to avoid the sound control problems caused when louder instruments overwhelm quieter instruments and vocals on stage.
Beside above, are drums too loud? One big factor that can cause drums to be too loud is having the kit shoved up next to a wall or in a corner. The reason that this is an issue is because the snare and cymbals (especially) can reverberate off the wall and become very loud within the room. Getting the drums off the wall can be very helpful.
Beside this, why are drums behind glass?
Plexiglass does not absorb sound--it just REFLECTS sound. In a concert situation, the shield around the drums is used to reflect the sound back to the drummer without allowing it to travel straight into the microphones used by the vocalists as well as any other microphones that may be in the path of the drums.
Do drummers hands bleed?
In fact, the bleeding and soaking of hands in ice are all about dramatic effect. In fact, good drumming technique involves smaller movements, loose hand grips and relaxed muscles, none of which are depicted in the film. “Whiplash” may be a good film, but no, jazz drummers do not bleed like in the movie.