Any type of cymbals used to provide an accent placed on a note instead of the usual pattern or groove is called an accent cymb. Although any cymbals can be used to provide an accent, this term is applied more accurately to cymbals whose primary purpose is to provide an accent. Pressed cymbals include harmonic cymbals, small bell cymbals, etc.
The low volume cymbals are a special type of cymbals manufactured to produce approximately 80% smaller volume than conventional cymbals. The entire surface of the cymbals is perforated. Drummers use low-volume cymbals to play in small venues like cafes or in spaces where they want to play the drums quietly (for example, a jazz quartet played at a church). Additionally, the low volume cymbals are used to reduce drum volume during practice, for drummers trying to avoid disturbing neighbors.