Pipo Daniel

Rosinha

Pipo Daniel

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About

Paiste Artist Since
January 2017

Nationality
Portugal

Main Affiliations
Rosinha
D!lema
OsMeusMeninos

Other Affiliations
Manuel Campos
Bia

Website
www.facebook.com

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„It is great for me to be able to work with Paiste's support. The cymbals are perfect and the support provided by their staff is incredible.A dream come true! “

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Biography

Pipo Daniel was born in Lisbon, Portugal, on 8 January 1988. He started learning music at the age of 9, at the music school of the Centro de Solidariedade Social de Pinhal de Frades, with professor Alfredo Soares, following the steps of his older brother, Nuno Rafael. Years later, he deepened his technical knowledge with professors Virgílio Marujo, Miguel Casais and Paulo Martins. In 2013, he started his professional career with his band “Coronel Cantiga”, with which he performed throughout Portugal. In 2015, he started his collaboration with the Portuguese singer “Rosinha”, with whom he continues to work, making several tours and TV appearances. As an independent drummer, Pipo has worked with Sons da História, Jazz Kidding Big Band, Morango Tango, Paulo Parreira e os Possuídos, Marco Paulo, Daniel Santacruz, Shakra, Boy Teddy, Pedro Miguel, Tânia Sampaio, La Chanson Noire, BIA, Manuel Campos, Margem Soul e Karyna. Currently he has as main projects his bands D!lema e Os Meus Meninos.

Setup Cymbals

  • Details

    Sizes: 14", 16", 18"
    Volume: Medium
    Weight: Light

    Sound character: Exotic, warm, trashy. Medium range, complex mix. Fast, responsive feel, fairly quick decay. An explosive Crash cymbal with a strong, low wash for unique effects in many styles of music.

  • Sounds
  • Details

    Sizes: 18", 20"
    Volume: Medium
    Weight: Medium

    Sound character: Aggressive, bright, energetic, trashy. Medium range, complex mix. Responsive feel, explosive attack. Powerful, cutting effect cymbal for exotic accents. A good cymbal for noisy crash riding at higher volume levels.

  • Sounds
  • Details

    Sizes: 14", 15"
    Volume: Medium
    Weight: Medium

    Sound character: Full, rich, energetic with a definite dark side. Crunchy, with a meaty bite. Very wide range, very complex mix. Extremely balanced, very responsive feel. Full dark, rich, shimmering, biting open/closed sound. Beautiful, fat, meaty, crisp, cutting chick sound. Fast, responsive, articulate with excellent feel and playability. An immensely versatile hi-hat that combines finesse and articulation with raw energy and cutting power.

  • Sounds
  • Details

    Sizes: 10"
    Volume: Medium
    Weight: Medium

    Sound character: Bright, fully, silvery, sizzling. Fairly narrow range, fairly clean mix. Quick response, somewhat soft feel. Great cutting splash with a rich sound for all purpose stage or studio applications.

  • Sounds
  • Details

    Sizes: 10", 12"
    Volume: Medium
    Weight: Light

    Sound character: Medium bright, short, full. Fairly wide range, clean mix. Responsive, explosive feel with quick decay. Well rounded, fast Splash for short accents in various music styles.

  • Sounds
  • Details

    Sizes: 10"
    Volume: Soft
    Weight: Light

    Sound character: Warm, airy, breathy. Medium range, complex mix. Very explosive response with quick decay. Soft feel. A fast, light accent effect cymbal for many musical styles.

  • Sounds
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    Sizes: 16", 17", 18", 19", 20"
    Volume: Medium
    Weight: Light

    Sound character: Dark, warm, smoky. Medium wide range, complex mix. Buttery, soft feel with quick response. Rich, dark, mystical crash sound with tender clarity. Extremely lively cymbal for broad accents and crashes in intimate to semi-loud settings. Well suited for delicate ride patterns or mallet swells. «For those guys who really appreciate just having a cymbal that can do everything, the larger Dark Crashes can do anything. Very crash-able, and if you want to ride on them, they will give you all the ride patterns in the world.» - Gregory Hutchinson

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