First used in the 80’s pop music era, this recording technique called layering has pretty much been a part of the industry. Although usually reserved for the mixing stage, mastering this technique can simplify your work. Just a brief detour from your mixing routine could help you go a long way.
Layering basically uses samples to back the original recording of a drum kit element. Most of the times it uses the kick snares and toms, but you can always use the cymbals.
Here is a list of what you are trying to achieve:
- Get a fuller sound for your kicks