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[MUSIC All right,
we got a special lesson today.
It's how to mix on one turn table with
Serato.
And we have the Serato Master, Meow Meow
Scratch once again.
[MUSIC]
>> Hello there.
As you know, Meow Meow Scratch has DJed
for 200 years.
Many times I have mixed a club
with only one turntable cuz other
turntable is just whack.
So now we teach you, using Serato, how to
mix with only one turntable.
Right now you hear the turntable looping.
Please refer to a previous lesson about
loops.
[MUSIC]
First thing you must know,
turntable that you should mix with will be
in relative or absolute mode.
Turntable you do not wish to mix with,
will be internal mode.
Have your records and your music queued
up.
Please also refer to queues.
We will talk about queues other times if
you like.
[MUSIC]
So
now I will attempt to mix with only one
record.
First I turn on loop.
[MUSIC]
Too short will get hyphy for a while.
[MUSIC]
Now what I wish to do,
is I wish to queue other record, channel
two.
[MUSIC]
I simply put input reverse.
[MUSIC]
And
now as you can see, other record is now
cued.
[MUSIC]
And now I use other song select.
[MUSIC]
So I fade out.
Once I fade out to the other side, quickly
as you can put, input reverse again.
And as you can see, turntable's disabled
for the song you are playing.
[MUSIC]
Now you put next song.
[MUSIC]
And
now you start table to select the song.
[MUSIC]
You can know start to hear
well without ears.
[MUSIC]
Much better
[MUSIC]
Again, now that I'm mixing.
[MUSIC]
Right away push input reverse.
This disables the fact that the song you
are playing
that the crowd can here is being
controlled by the record.
As you can see, I can do this many times.
However, once I push input reverse it is
back to this record again.
[SOUND] It does not matter if it is left
side or right side.
Just please remember, the side you do not
use is the intern mode,
the side you do use is absolute or
relative mode.
[SOUND] This is Meow Meow Scratch teaching
you how to mix with just one turntable.
[FOREIGN]
[MUSIC]