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4 Comments to “Need A Snare To Pop? Clip, Don’t Squash!”

  1. Mike Staff

    Jul 31st, 2014

    I never thought of clipping to allow the snare to cut through all the compression and limiting down the mix chain. That’s pretty cool. Thanks.

  2. Dave Escobar

    Aug 5th, 2014

    Great article! Thanks for posting this!

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  4. Luke Sega

    Aug 3rd, 2015

    Hi, great info!
    I would lovce to know how to soft a snare, because i like that softdrums sounds typically to hear in modern deeephouse music, plus i would likle to know how to create these modulated envolving synthetic open hihats, that sound like a layer of several percussive sounds ( cabasa/ real hihat/ whte noise).
    thanks

    Luke Sega of musicband: Klangbilder