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    Shan, of course you are a genius & a genius of geniuses to boot

    Night Dancer, so good to see you back, you've been missed - sure hope we get to see you more often
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    Hi Nightdancer! Great to see you here again!
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    Glad to see you Nightdancer!

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    *smiles* Hey, ya'll. Still alive and shimmying.

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    Default Well, it is a bit off-topic, but concerning the drums

    yes, those made out of natural materials, need special treatment to keep their tone of sound. However, they resonate much better than the plastic-metal ones and actually their sound is much more warmer to our ears. They need "warming up" though, just like we do!

    I have a drum with leather and wood, and yes, it needs more than 15 minutes of drumming to come back to itself! as far as i know, the professional drummers have special electric pillows to warm up the drums, i have seen this a couple of times. To me, i really prefer to warm up my drum myself as i believe this would make the animal who offered the leather to feel happier with the music i am going to play!

    I prefer the clay-made drums, but they are so expensive if they are made to last and not break down after 1-2 performances. And they are heavy, while the wooden ones are easy to drum and dance at the same time! because, if you really want to be a tribal dancer-drummer, you need such a thing, don't you?

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    We have some new members who might be interested in meeting more established members (sounds nicer than old folks) so I'm giving this thread a bump.
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