ghost snares

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by rysk, Jul 18, 2013.

  1. rysk

    rysk Part-time waster

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    having difficulty getting them sounding natural and fluid.

    how i usually go about them is bouncing my layered snares together, then bringing that sample back in, placing them in the usual ghost snare places, and using a volume automation to take out the initial 'pop' so they sound a bit lighter..then obviously make them quite a bit quieter than the actual snare.

    But it just sounds out of place.

    any tips?
     
  2. Dark Lizardro

    Dark Lizardro The Lizard that has a hammer Staff Member

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    I'm having hard times with sampled ghost snares too.
     
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    n00bs... velocity adsr's and (off) quantization (not a word but it is today) are your friends.. armed... bounce all to a sampler and you will have a better time... you can put one sampler and multi track them to different mixer channels to effect different but still keep them on one channel to help work you placements, velocitys, adsr all within the piano roll and sampler
     
  4. rysk

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    can you move this to the production forum, i accidentally put it here somehow