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Dance Music Sound Design 104 - Drums.
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  • 1

    Are analog open hi-hats harmonic or inharmonic?

  • 2

    What frequency could conceivably be the body of a punchy snare?

  • 3

    When making a hall kick, what’s more important, the kick or the reverb?

  • 4

    What are foley sounds?

  • 5

    Should the pitch of an 808 body sustain at a specific pitch, or roll away?

  • 6

    If you’re getting stressed when working on drums, what should you do?

  • 7

    Generally, you don't want to layer low frequencies. True or false?

  • 8

    For a punchy kick, do you want a long or short pitch envelope?

  • 9

    If you turn up the volume on your speakers, will you hear more or less bass?

  • 10

    Is there a standard processing chain for all kicks?

  • 11

    What processing technique did I use to shape the dynamic of the clean full kick?

  • 12

    What filter would you usually place on a top layer?

  • 13

    One kick can be used for all styles of music. True or false?

  • 14

    What wave type makes up the body of most kicks?

  • 15

    Saturation adds in additional higher frequencies. True or false?

  • 16

    Is it ok to try processing presets without a specific goal in mind?

  • 17

    Do all snares need a body?

  • 18

    Can you make an analog claps without Hand Clapper?

  • 19

    What processing technique did I use to shape the dynamic of the clean full kick?

  • 20

    What do compressors/limiters/transient shapers/etc. predominantly change?

Dance Music Sound Design 104
Drums
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