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    Do you know the name of these percussion?

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    Lately I am quite obsessed with Nacho Chapado's work, especially the drum he uses. But I just don't know what genre of music is this belongs to and what is the percussion he uses, (refer to the sound cloud
    nacho-chapado-in-session-12-2017, from 0:03 onward).


    Anyone know it?

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    You're going to need to put up four more (appropriate; _not_ slapdash, just-to-get-it-done) posts, so that you can post a link. Then folks will be glad to take a listen.

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    Nice job! (I checked your posts )...

    Could you post a time marker and describe what we're looking for? I didn't hear anything out of the ordinary.

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    Thanks, still learning how to use the forum.
    I tried to find the drum / percussion (sorry for the term, I do not have much knowledge on percussion)that he uses from splice and other sources, for instance, the percussion he uses from 0:09 to 0:10, 8:07 to 8:37 etc etc. but I couldn't really find the similar sound. I search the percussion used in Samba, Brazilian percussion, Carnival House, Moombah and no luck.
    All the percussions just sound so impactful and intense in Nacho's works.

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    That, IMHO, is not necessarily a particular ethnic instrument. It could be a sample of a marching snare section, it could be from an escola da samba, or lots of other drum/percussion sounds. It could be a sample like the snare used in Simon & Garfunkel's "The Boxer" (recorded as an overdub near an open elevator shaft), or a big 80's gated reverb tom tom. It is more in the approach and the processing. If I was going to approximate the sound, I would layer several snares with maybe a taiko drum or higher-pitched bass drum or a low tom, something "wood-y" like a cajon slap, maybe a metallic sound like a garbage can lid, multi-track/layer all of that so it sounds big like a section, rather than a single instrument, then crush the heck out of it with compression, use some gated reverb, and add normal 'verb to taste. Or, I'd just use a very similar sound in my venerable Alesis HR-16B. Which may be a good place for you to look for a ready-made sample, if you can find an HR-16B pack out there somewhere. I know there is a huge 80's gated tom and a garbage can lid in there that would be my starting point.

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    Here, listen to these :

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    Thanks A lot, That's very helpful. Cheer~

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