For all this time I couldn't get what makes LOG kick drum so special, but thankfully to URM Academy Nail the Mix I have the ability to dissect song "Redneck". As Machine said: There is no real kick drum ever recorded on this and believe me, that was not short of trying. At the time I was very envious of how the band “Meshuggah” had their own signature kick sound. The kick drum is so important in LOG, so I wanted very bad for us to have our own signature sound as well. We must have tried dozens of ways to get it from a kick drum itself, like duck taping metal plates and other materials to the drum. It was all a fail, so in the end I put a couple of samples together that I thought did the trick. To this day over a decade later, I still think of ways we could have pulled it off from the drum itself. I'm not going to give any samples because they are not mine to give, but I can break down it for you. It consists of 2 layers - base layer has 3 samples single hit and for fast hits alternating samples for each foot. I've spent countless experiments to come up with what made LOG signature kick top-end and now I know - a freaking TYPEWRITER sample (same sample alternating pitch slightly for each foot). EDIT: I don't know why it's in root page because it was supposed to be in F.O.H. so if admins could move there it would be great.