heavy hitting drawn out snares

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  1. J-Rex

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    in this tune the snare hit at 1.10
    how do you make them?

     
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  2. Nacon

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    Just make a snare which covers the whole spectrum and then have it be loud in a mix.
     
  3. TetraEleven

    TetraEleven Producer/Idiot Savant

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    I wanted that exact snare. For me it was solved by downloading and searching through as many drum samples as I could find, then processing the hell out of any snare I found that resembled it.

    But it can be a very powerful snare when you get it.
     
  4. J-Rex

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    haha Nacon did you actually listen to the example i gave?

    @ Tetra, any more detail than process the hell out of it???
     
  5. DjHeitor

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    Adjust the sample pitch trasposition in semitones, but make sure it is adjusted at the manner which not will affect the sample speed. (that's my experience doing this thing on ABLETON LIVE) ;)
    Big up !
     
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    i would start with timestretch or a delay set to few ms. and maybe there is a reverse layer of the snare in there as well?