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Old 18-06-2016, 11:48 PM   #20
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Re: Glitch techniques

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Originally Posted by -Agu- View Post
The world's easiest way to create a drum fill (The Glitch Mob does something like this all the time): Take a drum hit (snare for an example), time stretch to like double the original sample length. Use the transient from the original sample and replace the tail with the mangled one. Result is that you have a snare that sounds like it "breaks apart" when it hits. Typically used on the last beat of the bar here and there.
This! It can be subtle but I like this one!
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