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Snare (noun)

Type: noun, drum

Pronunciation: /snaar/

Related: Snare

Plural: Snares

What does Snare mean?

A common type of drum, characterized by a peak around ~150Hz-200Hz &amp; some high-end noise.

The snare (or side drum) is a common type of drum characterized by a peak around ~150Hz-200Hz and some high-end noise.

Example sentence: “We need a new snare on the beat.”

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