Here is my manually done copy of the breakbeat patterns from Venetian Snares's Szamar Madar, from about 2:34 to 3:08.
I used the Get Ready break, from the set of 200 Renoise-sliced breakbeats someone posted a while ago. The break is very long, and I admit I got a little out of hand with the variations--there are 9 snare hits, for example, and I used most of them.
The Get Ready break is a lot brighter and splashier than the one VS uses, and it seems to have a wider distinction between types of sounds--I found myself rolling snares or hats when VS's sound seemed to be in between. (Of course the real original break VS sampled must have used snares and hats.)
I went light on effects, using just a maximizer, some distortion for the second part, and played with a few up/down slides (sort of a substitute for what VS does at that point).
What do you think of this as breakbeat programming per se? I want to find ways to improve.