Rice Krispy Sanres

Discussion in 'Production' started by RevTech, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. RevTech

    RevTech Butthole=output transduce

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    Snap crackle and pop... let's discuss how we get these things on the snares

    The get the snap I really make sure the mid range of the snare is tight and compressed well, I've just noticed how much a difference it makes. Certain frequencies being boosted before compression also really is a nice thing

    Crackle, I've duplicated the high frequencys and added chorus on them before, with some tape exciters and whatnot added on. Adding a short vinyl sample is quite nice too

    Pop, I make sure the main frequency 1/3 octave really cuts through (I runn a bandpass filter through and find where it cuts though the most and cut there on other instruments or multiband sidechain)
     
  2. D-Jhepz

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    crackle - i use a layer of white noise for my crackle, but its dependent on ur style i prefer heavier jump up style drums on my works... also the distortion at when your bringing it all together

    pop - usually a rim or heavy hat

    snap - same...
     
  3. spyre

    spyre sample all the things

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    u wot m8



    I usually do a light distortion on the drums, multiband compression is a good idea for snares btw
     
  4. Full Dosage

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    nice thread! nice tips! will be watching this one... time to take my snares on another level :gslayer: thanks guys