Drum & Bass What song has your favourite snare?

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  1. chalupiak

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    What tune's snare had released the most chemicals in your brain? or is just good in terms of quality? Basically just your opinion on the snare that comes to your head when you think of the "best" snare.
    For me its definitely this bad boy. Current Value is just sick.

     
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  2. JHSE23

    JHSE23 the yen

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    Either



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    evermind Broken Symmetry

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  5. Shatner's Bosom

    Shatner's Bosom murder TANMUSHIMUSHI

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    I love that wooden sound
     
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    Grade Active Member

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    Something with some fuckin BALLS ie. NOT the modern chopstick on a chopping board style
     
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    the snare from the final break at the end of this pack

    damn i need some money :/
     
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    Mikkandro COPENHAGEN

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    Mefjus - Far Too Close (Or any other tune from Mefjus or the Neosignal guys with that high pitched snare)
     
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    I loved this at first but now I can barely stand hearing it anymore. I do like that militant snare Misanthrop used in Amboss tho :)

    Anyways my choice would be the one from Tyke's Buzzards, I love those clapping snares atm!
     
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    Can't post a link cos im at work, but i love sabre's snares. So clean and direct
     
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    Grade Active Member

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    This is exactly what I can't stand about that type of techy dnb that's so in vogue right now. It's just so over processed, boring and lacking in attitude. Don't understand how people can get lively to it.
     
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    Marcus Intalex - Nebulus. Every time.
     
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    Catsel Well-Known Dismember

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    MOON PATROL!!!!
     
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    Phace amd misanthrop - stresstest. Love that style of snare
     
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    camper182 VANAR

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    same thought here.


    my fav snare atm

    (1:30)
     
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    rysk Part-time waster

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    this...it works some of the time, but i want to hear more classic sounding vintage funk breaks in todays techy/neurofunk tunes.
     
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    Shatner's Bosom murder TANMUSHIMUSHI

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    Yeah I agree with that
     
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    I do agree that it has been overused now, that high pitched snare, but it blew my away at first, so it was the first one that sprung to mind.

    Always liked everything about Culture Shocks production, including his snares. Not just that one from Ohrwurm and Bad Red, but just in general, it is very precise and clinical in tracks like Surprise, Protection, Machine and so on. Oh, and Enei's snares are always tight too.
     
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    Also really loving the sound of the God Made Me Funky snare that Dbridge often uses
     
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    toooo much
     
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