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Re: OT: making drum sounds out of not-drum sounds (e.g. ambient guitar/trombone stuff)

You may use a filter with resonance and cut-off controls. Most drum
sounds of "a kit" can be achieved out of any noise (even without the
need of any source sound, if your filter can go into self oscillation
at high resonance settings).

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 10:43 PM, Rainer Straschill
<moinsound@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Dear loopers,
> for another off-topic topic, I'd like to accomplish the following:
> using the audio of an existing recording of avantgarde-ambient-ish
> stuff, I'd like to generate sounds which can be used as drums.
> E.g., by using a low guitar note, pitching it, using the evenlope,
> filters etc. of a sampler, I'd like to make me a bass-drum proxy. Same
> goes for a-la-snare and a-la hihat (or ride cymbal), and if possible,
> some additional sounds as well.
> Has any of you ever done something like this before? Any hints, a
> full-blown howto, or link to an online resource?
> Thanks,
>             Rainer