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What you patch after drum modules?
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Author What you patch after drum modules?
Gibran
Hi guys

Distortion/fuzz is almost a common sense , but what you patch after drum modules?

Thanks!
Dedal
Filters, time fx, saturators... strange question:) use what you want, there’s no rules! This is fun!
megarat
Reverb and delay are natural choices for this as well.

Personally, I like to run drum sounds through thick reverb and then direct the wet-only signal through an envelope-controlled VCA.
sir stony
Gibran wrote:
Distortion/fuzz is almost a common sense

That is a matter of taste. Or I might lack that particular common sense. I almost never use these with drum sounds, anyway.

+1 to both, Dedal and megarat, tho. cool Might use a compressor or an extra envelope+vca for ducking.
TheRosskonian
EQ, Shelves being the first one I reach for.
brandonlogic
Distortion, delay, reverb, sometimes filters. Sometimes clouds for some glitch/freeze effects.

The 4ms DLD is great because it has a tight sync and really useful clock divisions/multiplications.
Nightly Closures
RS serge wave multipliers.
GSE
Spring Tank Reverb
2HP Freez for bit reduction + stutter effects
MI Clouds has some tricky-to-find but great sweet spots
Ring Modulator
Compressor
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