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Old 17-04-2017, 01:47 AM   #21
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Re: Getting that clangy snare....without ruining it.

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Alesis D4 samples might get you closer to the clangy steel drum sound. Play with the pitch, layer a few together, obv. If you can't find em, I can upload mine. Snr06-ClasscRM-38 pitched up would probably sound damn close to that Last Days of Humanity snare. In fact a ton of these are good for that early 90s death and grind music.
Will give a look. Ya, looking through my library of a bunch of drum machines there's the ones that want to be accurate to rock/"the standard drum kit" and then there's ones with samples in mind that you can tell electro/rap were in mind for the fundamentals. I think I recall early Agoraphobic Nosebleed albums used an Alesis drum module similar to the model you mentioned? Don't ask me how I remember.

Not to derail my own thread but has anyone checked out the 8bitdrums app by Canon on iPhone (back when I actually had one)? I always thought those were good samples. ...wonder if they're royalty free.

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Re: Getting that clangy snare....without ruining it.

Can't you just sample it from a song?
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Re: Getting that clangy snare....without ruining it.

doesn't really do anything positive if I'm catching the rest of the band in that snipping of a snare. ....
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Re: Getting that clangy snare....without ruining it.

It is mostly due to the drum. And then have the snare mics placed as long away from the snare as you can without too much bleed from the hat and toms. That gives you more ring.
But there are a tn of ringy snare smaples online you can use to mix in with your original snare.

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