In [this JAN 2015 interview](https://www.emusician.com/artists/daniel-lanois-as-artist-and-producer), Lanois talks about a technique used during the recording of "Sioux Lookout" from his album *Flesh and Machine*. "So we sent his bass drum performance to this computer program [Drumagog] that replicates his bass drum performance in an isolated sound, including preserving the dynamics of his performance. That gave me a more hip-hop-sounding rendition of his bass drum. We then sent that to a massive [Axys] P.A. that I have in my studio, so the room was just shaking with this hip-hop bass drum sound. Then we put that through a fuzz wah pedal, and the fuzz wah provided a tone, a note, to the bass drum."more
Per [this article from e-Musician](https://www.emusician.com/gear/goldfinger-tricky), engineer Vincenzo LaRusso notes that “Tricky likes raw-sounding synth sounds... these, layered with heavy guitars and dirty drums, help drive ‘Council Estate.' The first thing he wanted to do was enhance the drums by adding heavier samples to beef things up. I introduced Tricky to Drumagog on this record."more
"Since I’ve been doing the e-drummer thing for thirty years, I’ve amassed a huge collection of beat boxes, samplers, Wave Drums, plus all the loops and samples, and even several over-priced boat anchors that each still manages to do one special thing that no other box will do. It’s amazing: As useful as the V-Drums, ddrums, BFDs, DFH, Battery, Stylus, and Drumagog all are, I will still at times use an old box like the SDSV or Synare–or even a real drum…that gets processed."more
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