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Tim_J

this fucking snare... is everywhere...

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sounds like a hammer hitting a brick... where does is come from? which drum machine? i kinda dig it but goddamn it's literally in everything that plays on the radio... sorry for the awfull example track but i just happened to be shopping on a mexican supermarket and i shazamed it... 

 

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Best Mexican supermarket music thread 2019

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it's really lazy and it's used in basically all trap music

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Yeah I'm ready for a new era of hiphop production. 

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The first time I noticed it was in Kanye's "All Day". My Nord Drum 2 came loaded with a kit that had a snare almost just like it. I think the basis of it is just a pitched-up 808 snare but it has another layer.

And, yeah, it's time to turn the page and retire this sound.

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it's the 'young chop snare', been around since 2014 at least. comes from some random trap sample pack. my guess is it cuts thru tiny phone and laptop speakers better than a standard 808 which its based on. this is also why i think rap drums have got progressively more distorted over time.

 

 

edit: 2006 according to reddit

 

 

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YES I have noticed this snare on everything as well!!! Wondered the same but just never got around to asking anyone! Astute observations Mesh Gear Fox regarding how its ubiquity likely stems from the way it cuts through mixes and its inclusion in 'TRAP' sample packs!

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