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FREE ludwig snare for sneapsters !

Discussion in 'Backline' started by delayshifter, Nov 2, 2012.

  1. delayshifter

    delayshifter Fariz Pahlevi

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    Sorry fo mistitle lol. shoud be FREE ludwig snare "sample" for sneapster, two days ago I rent a studio and record live drum with ludwig acrolite snare and create sample from it. It's already processed by me and blended with some mapex snare room sample. No expensive hardware involve (sorry guys) :D .

    sample mix (atr, this calling cover)
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/23200398/ludwig snare test 2.mp3
    * for this mix, I only use cla 76 comp for snare with about 3db gain reduction, no eq, no transient designer etc

    files (contain 5 hard hits .wav)
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/23200398/Ludwig Enclave snare sample.rar

    If you dig it, please share your mix with this handsome snare lol

    Thanks
     
  2. LeSedna

    LeSedna Mat or Mateo

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    I want the free snare, not its samples... :p
     
  3. delayshifter

    delayshifter Fariz Pahlevi

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    lol thanks to pointing it out haha :D
    actually I upload the wrong sample and right now it's already updated :Spin:

    any feedback guize
     
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    Thanks for the sample, I really like it. Definitely gonna try it in a mix soon!
     
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    reg3n Señor Miembro

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    Cool snare! thanks man =) will use in a song definitely!
     
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    hsnyder Harris Snyder

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    Thanks :) Much appreciated
     
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    I like it in the demo, sounds natural with a good smack, thanks
     
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    sugab666 New Metal Member

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    abaga129 The Apprentice

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    Thanks a lot! Can't wait to try it out!

    Now if only people made more free toms and cymbals.... :p
     
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    this snare is fantastic man
    Cheers
     
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    Forceps John - Spiralcove

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    Thank you sir!
     
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    rebelready Heavy Metal Member

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    No problem. There should be more than enough velocity layers and it's pure and untouched. Just playing around with compression, EQ, and transient plugs, we realized how different you could make it sound depending on your needs. Of course, the tone remains constant for the most part.

    We have a set of all Pearl snares coming out soon, whenever we can finally finish them. Maple, birch, steel, aluminum, brass - all the different flavors of snares!
     
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    Amazing DrumWerks - thank you and Merry Christmas to you!!!
     
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    Been playin with this one today, sounds so awesome!

    Tiny bit of parallel compression is all you need!
     
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    Matrix,

    Very cool - thanks. Yeah, it's bare bones - just four mics, no EQ or processing. It could definitely use compression to thicken it and bring out body and I think some highs around 10-12k to bring out the snares. Might be a little dull "as is."

    Alright, sounds great. If it finds its way in any mixes, post a link!
     
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    Habsburgs - Nice. Very nice. Very slamming and heavy! Tight, balanced mix.

    So, you have a little Slate snare room in there?

    You know, we have to include some separate rooms so you can the same thing exclusively just with the Drum Werks stuff. We sampled a bunch of snares in a great NYC room (which has sadly closed since) and we use these all the time to add air to existing samples. We will get to work on those!

    What do you use for the rest of the kit?
     

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