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Old 08-20-2009, 02:22 AM
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Default chasing the snare with a new snare sound

i've just recorded the drum kit and the snare sound is not all there ..

so i would like to add another snare sound... is there a way maybe with beat detective or some way to recreate the snare performance on another track...
and drop in a new snare sound to be mixed with the original?


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Old 08-20-2009, 02:48 AM
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Default Re: chasing the snare with a new snare sound

check out sound replacer or drumagog
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Old 08-20-2009, 09:24 AM
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+1 for those. I use Drumagog and like it much better than Sound Replacer(which certainly does work). If the performance is simple enough, you could paste new samples(using Tab to Transient for exact placement) buts tedious. Massey has a plugin called DTM that can turn an audio track(your snare) into a midi track so you can use it to trigger a midi snare sample. DTM is free if you purchase any other plugin from them and they have some solid performers available, like the L2007 mastering limiter and a tape simulator.
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I've always been a soundreplacer guy... As of late I do the same, but now w/DTM, I use that after I get the tracks pocketed from soundreplacer & then make a midi track from my cleaned pocketed track so all of what I need &/or don't need is there... I usually blend a few snares...
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Old 09-07-2009, 09:40 PM
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Default Re: chasing the snare with a new snare sound

Wow
thanks everyone sorry for the late reply
was so consumed with the project...
i'm using sound replacer now because i had it in audio sweet..
but the other ides sound great too
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Old 09-08-2009, 02:56 AM
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+1 for those. I use Drumagog and like it much better than Sound Replacer(which certainly does work). If the performance is simple enough, you could paste new samples(using Tab to Transient for exact placement) buts tedious. Massey has a plugin called DTM that can turn an audio track(your snare) into a midi track so you can use it to trigger a midi snare sample. DTM is free if you purchase any other plugin from them and they have some solid performers available, like the L2007 mastering limiter and a tape simulator.
The DTM plug in from Massey is wonderful! The L2007 mastering limiter is my go to limiter for the drum buss in virtually every session I do. Simple, ultra-clear, and very low latency. Worth 5X what you pay for it. Plus Steven is a really good guy.
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Old 09-08-2009, 05:43 AM
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I like to use TL drum rehab, though I've yet to find the best workflow to encorporate it.
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+1 for DTM
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