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  1. You'll never break that chain

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    Default Two Sound/Sample Requests

    For the Sample Pad/Sound Engineering maestros on here..

    I'm looking to get these two sounds, either through download or manipulation.. if anyone could help, that would be greatly appreciated.

    #1 - Sample Sound from 0:23-48
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYCWr_nlzpk

    Sounds almost like toms but with all the resonance cut out, but also sounds almost like hitting a textbook.

    #2 - Electronic drum sound style
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKjTpkXqmHw

    All help would be appreciated, just starting to delve into this with my band due to a stylistic change thanks to rotating members and would refer to knowledge from others.
    Drumming for Benji.

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  2. NO KIT TOO BIG

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    To me, the first sounds like a hand drum of some sort, or a few of different pitches. The second is a generic electronic kit with a delay effect added. Coming from a non- edrum expert though, so I could be wrong.
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  3. Registered User

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    #1 is either like a group of medium sized single headed toms around 12~13"~14" that are muffled to def,
    or less likely maybe some kind of traditional animal hide skinned drums of sorts.
    I would guess they're being mic'ed from a few feet away, possibly with one mic.

    #2 I think you could replicate acoustically.
    Flip your snare over and play on the snare/resonant side with some brushes or sticks.
    Experiment with hitting the snare wires (gently of course), or "scratching" the wires.
    The bass drum sound could probably be achieved by throwing a towel or blanket over a floor tom and hitting it with a mallet.

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