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snare replacement on gravity blasts

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Fragle, Sep 6, 2008.

  1. beyond dead

    beyond dead heavy metal dad \m/

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    never been fully impressed by gravities live. can never hear them very loudly. silly deathmetallers lol. i must say the blasts on the new bloodbath rulez
     
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    andbassforall New Metal Member

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    Most of the snare stuff especially blasts, I have to clean up by hand to optimize it for triggering. I usually move them over to a 2nd track apart from the other snare sections so I can EQ, multiband compress or filter the input into drumagog differently so it picks it up better.. From Drumagog at least, you have 2 levels of sensitivity. You have the velocity and, the frequency in which a trigger is allowed to go off, or how often. So I'm basically seconding what was said above. Yay I helped!
     
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    AH! ok, thank you! Never heard a name for that before. Maybe a Swedish name but I cant remember it.
     
  4. andbassforall

    andbassforall New Metal Member

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    ..and it's on V-Drums!
     

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