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    Where can I get a drum roll sound? You know, when someone says a funny joke and the drums and cymbals are like… “ba-da-da-dong… TING!” I tried looking on findsounds.com, but they don’t seem to have it… or I’m looking under the wrong search words. Can someone help me find it? I need it for one of the cartoons on my webpage.

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    #40578
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    or http://www.findsounds.com….

    see you later

    #40580
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    ehmmmmmm I mean http://www.findsounds.com
    Not with points… :)

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    UPPPSS, sorry, you hadn´t found the sound in http://www.findsounds.com?
    How terrible :wink

    #40585
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    Not really a rimshot : a rimshot is a shot done by hitting the side of the snare. 8)

    If you mean two shots very close in time, it called a fla (at least here in France).
    Otherwise, this is a roll.

    I could do one for you but I’m sooo lazy these days… 😛 (Allergia strikes back 😥 )

    #40587
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    Technically, a rimshot is just the one shot across the rim of the drum. But in comedy, the little drum sequence that follows a (usually bad) joke is also called a rimshot. At least I think it is.

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    “LowweeK” wrote: If you mean two shots very close in time, it called a fla (at least here in France).
    Otherwise, this is a roll.

    It’s called a flam or flare or someting in Amerika.

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