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I found a great plugin to make the snare pop

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by 3tuxedo, Apr 13, 2013.

  1. 3tuxedo

    3tuxedo Senior Member

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    Whatsup guys, I just thought i would share a plugin i just found that make the snare pop like no other. Obviously there are other plugins that do this, but this one was pretty cheap. It's G-Sonique's Twisthead. No i don't work for them. Check out the difference.

    The first snare has EQ > limiter on it. The second one has EQ > Twisthead > Limiter. I just really like the snap it adds.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23016439/DOIT.mp3
     
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    Sounds good! But that kick sounds like a woodpecker beating on a hollow tree...
     
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    3tuxedo Senior Member

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    Hey now, it was quick drum mix to show the snare, not the kick.

    Don't hate on my birdcore.
     
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    oroinvictus dangert billy

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    This doesn't sound like anything you couldn't have achieve without that plugin... then again I'd have to hear what the plugin does to other sounds too. Just my .02 cents.
     
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    He did say that obviously there are other plugins for this effect too. ;)

    Anyways. Sounds nice. Thanks for sharing!
     
  6. 3tuxedo

    3tuxedo Senior Member

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    Nah man i'd have to agree, the only reason i like it is because a touch of it sounds good on guitars and bass too. I'm sure you could emulate it with EQ or something, im just not really educated on the exact frequencies to adjust to make it sound like that you know?
     
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    LBTM Proud Behringer User

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    The demo version sounds great. I should totally get it. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    3tuxedo Senior Member

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    No problem man, glad you like it.
     
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    alternateadrian New Metal Member

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    Can we get a re-up on this? I'm really interested.
     
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    LBTM Proud Behringer User

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    Use cl.ly people. It stores files forever and has no space limit.
     

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