When You Talk Of Layering Drums...

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  1. Rebel.Music

    Rebel.Music New Member

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    ...do you mean using the same drum and making another layer to make it louder or do you mean using another drum sound and combining them?
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  2. -GZ-

    -GZ- Posts Unfunny Pics

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    i don't layer my drums; but if i had to guess, it would be 2 different drum sounds
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  3. Mighty GK

    Mighty GK omg 2012

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    different drums..

    say its too thin..then u layer one with a lot of low end on it to make it thump a lil more.

    of course its usually hihats with hihats..and snares wit snares or snares and claps..but yeah just layer when u feel a ceratin area is "lacking".

    if u have good drums u shouldn't have to layer that much tho
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  4. eNfO

    eNfO YEEEAH BABY

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    i used to make my own claps like this

    record about 10 claps back to back

    cut the wavs and bring them closer together/layer them

    add reverb, change pitch
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  5. Mellow Madness

    Mellow Madness aKa sTaTiK

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  6. DjayCasper

    DjayCasper Eh Fuck It.

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    either or, u could eq one of the same sound to sound different
    an then double it up wit the origional sound the exact way u had it first


    jus fuck around with everything
    in my book theres only 1 rule to makin music
    an thats
    try everything.
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  7. veral conflict

    veral conflict beatsrus

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    i usually use a sub kick but not on some 808 shit.. then a thinner drum n a bit higher pitch.. but it depends..

    n for snares i do wat fits the track..
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