What's up, it's my first post here. Wanting to know if anyone has a trick up their sleeve... Here's what's going on, I'm mixing an album that I'm producing and played drums on. Some of the stuff has a "311"ish vibe to it, I play a lot of ghost notes in there that I need to come out a bit more. I notice on a lot of 311 tracks you can hear the ghost notes very crisply - that's what I'm after. I have a top and bottom snare mic happening. On my top mic channel, I'm using Drumagog to trigger a sample of my snare drum, that I recorded separately at the same session to add some punch, but keep the sound similar - that's my new trick, works great. Now, if I set the threshold low enough to pick up the ghost notes, I get triggers from the bleed at the hat, toms ECT. My Bottom Mic is just eq'd a bit, to add that crunch in there. Unfortunately, the snares rattle a bit when I hit the kick, so it can be hard to gate at times. I'll need to work on playing my ghost notes a bit stronger next time around, that would solve it, but for now - outside of re-recording the tracks (which is not an option), or slicing my audio into a million pieces, anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance.