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Hihat "chick" delay

Discussion in 'Drum Samples / Store' started by Mjespo125, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. Mjespo125

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    Hey guys, I was programming some drums using the dreaming heavy cymbal pack and found the hi hat "chick" is late when programmed on the grid and I was just wondering if this was done intentionally in order to give a more relaxed feel? Curious about this
     
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    I've noticed this too actually.
     
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    joey did it purposely. He wanted to preserve the noise of the hats on their way to chicking. just move them back in 1/64 increments until you hear them on time.
     
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    Thanks Nick!
     

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