#1
So currently, I am recording real guitars and vocals but I am using EZDrummer for my drums. I am looking for a way to obtain some kind of "industrial" type drum kit. For those who don't know what I mean the kit sounds like you hit a bunch if pieces of metal at different pitches. It is a really cool sounding kit. I just didn't know if maybe Garageband supported something of the sort or if EZDrummer has something or even if anyone knows of a FREE download I could get which would really help.

Also, I am looking for an 808 bass drop too. Garageband DOES have a hip hop kit that has some very "bassy" tones but I am looking for a specific one that doesn't just hit, it hits and goes even lower and deeper. It really shakes subwoofers. Again, anything for free download would be awesome!


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#3
Take it from me who has been doing a of industrial and industrial rock. Creating your own sounds, effected normal sounds (its very easy to get a snare to sound metallic), and find samples is your best bet.
#4
Quote by FireHawk
Take it from me who has been doing a of industrial and industrial rock. Creating your own sounds, effected normal sounds (its very easy to get a snare to sound metallic), and find samples is your best bet.


Do you have any examples or tips and secret tricks?
#6
Quote by irishmatt1992
Do you have any examples or tips and secret tricks?


industrial is really good about having drum breakdowns where u can grab drums from snares and such. I grab those a lot. Also take a snare but a ton of distortion on it and some reverb after the distortion. I a lot of times just go...snare...distortion....more distortion...reverb sometimes i also take a reverb before first distortion. I do this for kicks as well (not as much reverb)