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This Snare

Post by narrator » Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:48 pm

Anyone have any idea on how to get this snare. i'm pretty sure it's a few classic drum machine sounds layered together but cant figure out what they are.

such a great snap off it.



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Re: This Snare

Post by dmisreal » Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:28 am

sounds like a ..... idk how to put it like a long riding snare try also boosting it at 20hz.
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Re: This Snare

Post by narrator » Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:33 am

dmisreal wrote:sounds like a ..... idk how to put it like a long riding snare try also boosting it at 20hz.
Are you fucking with me sir?

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Re: This Snare

Post by kaiori breathe » Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:38 am

To me it sounds like a pretty standard white noise snare, 808/909...etc, with an electric tom - with it's high end cut - layered under and the whole thing eq'd to give lots of punch in the low end.

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Post by narrator » Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:44 am

kaiori breathe wrote:To me it sounds like a pretty standard white noise snare, 808/909...etc, with an electric tom - with it's high end cut - layered under and the whole thing eq'd to give lots of punch in the low end.
yeah i guessed it was standard drum machine sounds, it was getting the right combination is what's killing me with this A to Z of drum machine samples i have..

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Re: This Snare

Post by kaiori breathe » Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:52 am

narrator wrote:
kaiori breathe wrote:To me it sounds like a pretty standard white noise snare, 808/909...etc, with an electric tom - with it's high end cut - layered under and the whole thing eq'd to give lots of punch in the low end.
yeah i guessed it was standard drum machine sounds, it was getting the right combination is what's killing me with this A to Z of drum machine samples i have..
Don't think you're ever gonna get it 100% the same unless you sample it man, even if you do manage to, when you write a track under it it'll end up sounding different because the musical content behind it is different and interacts with it in a different way than that track does :/

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Re: This Snare

Post by Mammoth » Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:57 am

narrator wrote:
dmisreal wrote:sounds like a ..... idk how to put it like a long riding snare try also boosting it at 200hz.
Are you fucking with me sir?
Correction hopefully :/
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Re: This Snare

Post by narcissus » Sun Oct 09, 2011 4:03 am

huh. i think that snare sounds a bit crap really. actually everything "chromeo" is involved with seems to be a bit crap

to me sounds like the snare from the original linndrum machine. DM-1 i think it was called. detuned a bit. and filtered and compressed. at some points it sounds like there's a 909 clap layered w/ it.

oh n those hats are 606 if you wondering

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Re: This Snare

Post by dmisreal » Mon Oct 10, 2011 3:13 am

Mammoth wrote:
narrator wrote:
dmisreal wrote:sounds like a ..... idk how to put it like a long riding snare try also boosting it at 200hz.
Are you fucking with me sir?
Correction hopefully :/
sorry it was at 2am and was being retarded :oops:
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Re: This Snare

Post by Genevieve » Mon Oct 10, 2011 12:32 pm

kaiori breathe wrote:To me it sounds like a pretty standard white noise snare, 808/909...etc, with an electric tom - with it's high end cut - layered under and the whole thing eq'd to give lots of punch in the low end.
This, except I think there's an Action snare in there too.
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Post by Sparxy » Mon Oct 10, 2011 2:25 pm

kaiori breathe wrote:To me it sounds like a pretty standard white noise snare, 808/909...etc, with an electric tom - with it's high end cut - layered under and the whole thing eq'd to give lots of punch in the low end.
This, with a plate reverb on the "high" layer so it trails off nicely

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Re: This Snare

Post by jrisreal » Mon Oct 10, 2011 11:24 pm

sounds like a 909 with a bit more tail on it.
...in my opinion
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