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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    fuck it im sampling me slamming shut my kitchen drawers. theres all the fucking oomph you need

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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    How would you go about sampling with all those instruments (serious question, I'm a noob at sampling)


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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    Quote Originally Posted by LVB View Post
    How would you go about sampling with all those instruments (serious question, I'm a noob at sampling)
    sampling wut? i was saying record myself slamming shut a kitchen drawer with a mic..... as a joke.... but its been done! haha

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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    Quote Originally Posted by LVB View Post
    How would you go about sampling with all those instruments (serious question, I'm a noob at sampling)
    You'd only be able to nick the transient of a snare if you sample it from a tune (unless there's a part in it where the snare is isolated, like a fill or something), even then you'd probably have to eq it heavily.

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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    That's a processed 909 snare. Or alternatively, a vengeance club snare which will hit around 200hz. That snare is then pitched up to ~280hz (that also pitches the white noise up which makes it sound quite sizzly). There is also a snare hitting a bit lower in there which provides the grittyness...
    Last edited by AudioRadar; 08-03-2013 at 11:23.

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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    Add a tom. Or steal Koan Sounds snare from funk blaster

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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    so much drum stealing, dear lord!
    http://soundcloud.com/oceans-pb/chill-1
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    Legit mate ! My foreskin was literally vibrating on this bass line no joke, I guess you just found the resonant frequency of my dick.

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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    I was massively jokin btw..

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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    You need to whack the shit out of some celery.

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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    buckets man.....buckets.
    I filtered my bass some more and it just sort of got up, took a lug on my spliff, and walked out the room


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    Re: camo and krooked feel your pulse snare... DAT SNAP. By god how is that done?

    New to forum but ill chip in,im sure this would already have been done but, zoom in on ur sample and make sure the beginning of the snares are aligned accuratley. (along with the usual compression,ez etc..In saying that, slighty off can also sound good, trust the ears.

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