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  • What makes a Southern Drum "Hot?"

    1. Hitting the North American powwow circuit from coast-to-coast?

    2. Placing at every drum contest they enter?

    3. Being Host or Invited Drum every weekend?

    4. Winning first place at The Gathering and/or Schemitzun where there is top singing competition?

    5. Consistantly producing a "jamming" sound everytime they set up?

    6. The number of CDs they put out?

    7. Winning a GRAMMY or NAMMY award for singing excellence?

    8. Coming out with a new or original sound?

    9. Being talked about (both good and bad) on the powwow circuit?

    10. Young good looking singers?

    11. The sun?
    Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

  • #2
    No shade at an Oklahoma powwow.

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    • #3
      What about Boy Scouts setting up a drum at your powwow?
      ~KB~

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      • #4
        What makes any drum hot for me is in the looseness of the hide covering the drum. If it is loose, it makes a good deep bass thumping noise. The microphone picks up that radiating sound and the amp really works well to pump the sound out of the woofers. As a sound person, I like these kinds of drums, rather than the hard heads and tight skins.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno
          As a sound person, I like . . . hard heads and tight skins.
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          TTechno,

          Isn't it funny how words can be remanipulated on the internet? *L
          Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by WhoMe
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            TTechno,

            Isn't it funny how words can be remanipulated on the internet? *L
            Yeah I know. With sound systems, you can get sharp highs and tight bottoms.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by WhoMe
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              TTechno,

              Isn't it funny how words can be remanipulated on the internet? *L
              GAH!!!!!!


              .....me and my dirty, filthy, tainted mind.


              LMAO!!
              "This next song goes out to some girls in dot com. They don't know who they are, but, it doesn't really matter anyway."




              "When the God's wish to punish us, they grant our prayers."

              O. Wilde

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno
                What makes any drum hot for me is looseness. If it is loose, it makes a good deep thumping. As a sound person, I like these kinds of drums, rather than the hard heads and tight skins.


                GAWW!!!!!

                LOL....

                yeah internet quote manipulation can be fun....


                juss playin' Techno....couldn't resist...

                ;)

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                • #9
                  ummm I'll go with #11.
                  tuck & roll

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                  • #10
                    What makes a southern drum group hot...Just plain out jammin
                    :indian2: MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL, JEAN CLAUDE VAN DAMME IM FINE:muscles:

                    " say what I feel, I say what I think, I say what you do not like, Yet for some reason what I say is somewhat correct" Chief Big Beef 1999

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                    • #11
                      what makes a southern drum hot?..........well what makes em sound good is
                      when they all sing together, and it sounds smooth...
                      when they're all hittin those highnotes together...
                      when the sound of their drum just sounds ACE.
                      and when they show up with a good crew, and jam ALL weekend
                      *Tha One N' Only LeSLeY*

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