Snares are among the most important instruments in any producer’s toolkit. And with Snaer, even if you’ve never used a plug-in before, you can take snares and most any other sound to a whole new level, creating voices as unique as your music.
We developed Snaer by analyzing the key elements of snare sound: crack, blap, and dirt. (No eye rolling. Those are technical terms we learned from some punk drummers we worked with, whose names happen to BE Crack, Blap, and Dirt).
Crack lengthens and shortens the initial “thwack.” It can do the same for decay on other drums and percussion too. Blap handles the depth of the sound and lets you remove unwanted mic bleed or even expand the room sound of overheads. Dirt takes your sound anywhere from hard and gritty to rich and muddy.
The result? Total control of individual drums and the dynamic impact of your mix.
Multiband Distortion Control
High-Pass Filter for to bypass noise
Control over Attack Shape (Crack)
Low Pass Filter cut brightness
Control over Release Shape (Blap)
Snaer takes the guesswork out of transient designers and breaks down the fundamental elements into easily understandable and audible terms.