so this next skratch is a slice.
It's a, it's a forward slice and a reverse
slice, and it's called a see-saw.
And the secret to it, is it's, it's really
just a baby, and
you're opening the fader on the forward
slice, and the reverse slice.
So it's gonna, the rhythm's gonna be like
One two, one two, one two, one two, one
it's forward, backward, forward, backward,
forward, backward, forward, backward.
I'm really cutting off that third note in
there, so it's like.
Kinda hard, right?
Let's do it really slow
Well, that one right there
I was releasing the records, so instead of
doing a baby like this.
I was doing a baby like this.
I'm releasing the record on the forward.
So if I do that see-saw it's going to
sound like this.
So let's do it really slow now.
You get the forwards in, then you do that
movement there which is silent,
and then you go backwards.
Then you cut it off on that movement.
Then you do, you repeat the process.
So once again, it's forward backward with
the fader open.
Move the record forward.
Turn it on, and then you get the reverse
Backward forward, off.
Forward, backward, off.
And the backward forward.
Kind of tricky, but it, it's pretty cool
when you get it.
What other ways can we practice that.
Let's see, say it with your mouth, so it's
And the backwards of that would be, right,
And that's how I learned it.
I kind of, we just kinda kept doing it.
Kinda just keep your hand on the record
doing a baby.
It's kinda more like a, a feeling scratch.
You kinda just gotta, gotta play with it
until you get that, that kinda feel.
But anyway, that's a that's a see-saw.
Kind of tricky one, but you'll get it.