#2
A little compression and some reverb will sort most of that out. Also boosting the lows and highs will also help with the attack.
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#3
Unfortunately, all of the DFH snares are pretty thin and supplementing an ezd snare with another fuller snare sampleis your best bet. If that's not an option, try some boosts around 200-250hz for more body and thud. For a more in depth snare processing guide, check out http://psilonaut.wordpress.com/2009/01/23/mix-recipes-snare-drum-eq-and-compression/. Lastly find a nice big reverb then adjust the wet/dry levels until the snare still hits through clean but the reverb is also audible.
#4
Gah, DFH is sucky for adjusting the samples much. Better off creating your own drumset from samples, to be honest. Can save it as a preset and keep reusing it too. Otherwise, doing above is your best shot.
#5
Quote by Odirunn
Unfortunately, all of the DFH snares are pretty thin and supplementing an ezd snare with another fuller snare sampleis your best bet. If that's not an option, try some boosts around 200-250hz for more body and thud. For a more in depth snare processing guide, check out http://psilonaut.wordpress.com/2009/01/23/mix-recipes-snare-drum-eq-and-compression/. Lastly find a nice big reverb then adjust the wet/dry levels until the snare still hits through clean but the reverb is also audible.


any idea where i might be able to find any replacements?

iv tried searching but they are all either poor quality or electro kits
#7
While were asking about snare sounds, this is a snare I've been trying to figure out how to achieve, if anyone could help it'd be awesome

http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_uri=%2F&gl=US#/watch?v=O1qGnZ4V_gg
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Originally Posted by ChemicalFire
You're plugging an interface into an interface...


Interfaception


Pls tell me what is Interfaception. and how to solve.


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