Shaky Percussion with snapy snare NEED TO KNOW HOW TO..

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  1. foeddd

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    Sounds like this one maybe
     
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    mmm the beat sounds a lot like the one in the song in my signature. it's pretty easy
     
  4. foeddd

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    thank you so much!!!! <3
     
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    but does someone know how to make it yourself? the snare is just a pitched up clap?
     
  6. Attire

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    Just use the break..
     
  7. xiu

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    noh. in order to obtain a snappy snare you have a fewways of geting it.
    1. get a v good already snappy snare sample which is the easy way.
    2. pitch it up, use transients and compression.
     
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    Thank you Xiu
     
  9. Scrapped

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    Hey Sub.. Did you construct the break yourself? If not...Where abouts was it from? I've heard it in quite a few tracks!
     
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    No I didn't make it, it was in one of those packs you find floating around on the nets, and yeah, it's a really useful layer for filling out a drum loop
     
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    Why is compression even necessary? Surely the right sample, pitched correctly, with a transient shaper is enough?
     
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    Right on.. Thanks man! Do you remember which pack you got it from? I'm thinking of stealing that tambourine ;)