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One Snare Sample - Lots of Flavors Part 2: Signal Generator, Reverb & Side-chained Compression.

Hey Sonics!

How is everyone doing? I hope the week has been kind to you. Now the blogs are done, I've started submitting "All The Little Things" to radio and podcasts. And I've been listening to Peter Gabriel, and specifically his use of the CMI Fairlight; I'm in need of some inspiration, the next production is eluding me at the moment. Lots of ideas - none of them cut it.

Remember, you can catch the exclusive first play of "All The Little Things" with Wee Scots Poet on The Warp Factor Radio Show this Friday, 4 pm - 7 pm [UK] on Channel One Radio. Not only that, but I'll also be beaming into the studio for my first live radio interview [what could go wrong?].

And on Tuesday, 4th May, you can catch the premiere of the lyric video for "All The Little Things" on Trust The Doc TV at 8 pm on YouTube; where I'll also be talking to The Doc about all things Tobisonics and Independent Music.

In this week's video, we're picking up where we left off last week; adding flavor, variation, and contrast to a snare sample with simple production techniques. In this week's episode, we'll be looking at how I used a signal generator, reverb, and side-chain compression to create contrast from pre-chorus snare to chorus snare in the production for "All The Little Things".

There will also be a new preview of "All The Little Things" at the end of the episode. If you like what you hear, why not take a moment to pre-save the track. It really helps! Thank you for taking the time.

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