After you get that,
you're gonna wanna learn how to transform
So that's when your transformer is gonna
And that's, comes from, that power right
there is gonna come from stabs because.
[SOUND] By practicing a lot of stabs.
That's gonna train your,
your fader hand to transform.
why I always tell everybody, to learn
I gotta learn them myself.
[LAUGH] But yeah, that's next.
Then, because of that, you see where it's
going from there.
All scratch techniques can go into.
[SOUND] To drumming.
So I remember when Flare came up with
then my buddy D Styles was like, hey why
don't you try that on drumming?
So, that, he call those warp drums.
He's doing boomerangs on drums.
[SOUND] So, now this is kinda tricky
because there's a transition in there.
So, it's like partial boomerang and then
it's transition to the snare,
we're gonna do a tiny little transform to
get there, all right.
See how i'm transforming to get to each,
to jump back to each sound so it's like,
so I'm doing boomerangs.
Then from there I'm gonna transform
a little bit.
To get to the snare and
then continue the boomerangs.
All right, and
then transform a little bit.
To get to the snare and
then continue the boomerang.
Transform a little bit
to get back to the bass.
So that comes from learning the
So what you gotta do next, if you wanna do
warp drums, learn the boomerang scratch,
which is, you know.
[NOISE] And the best way for me to learn
scratch was to learn the Aquaman, which
is basically a boomerang with a pause.
So you got three notes.
three notes with a baby starting forward.
three notes with a baby going backwards.
Those are all like, open fader scratches.
So you start with the fader open and end
It's in the lesson so if you wanna, you
know, refer back to that.
But I'm just kinda moving ahead here, so.
So if you got the if you got the Aquaman
scratch you're gonna get rid of
the pause slowly.
But then you got a Boomerang scratch.
And then that can apply to drumming.
And you can also do the snare bass.
So we learned the aquaman, get to the
then you apply that to the drumming.
And then you can start experimenting with
all these little transitions,
it doesn't have to be a transformed to the
next snare or, or beat.
You can actually do a little pause.
So it's like.
So doesn't have to be a transform in
there, but you could.
And best would be to do, do it all.
Do with both of them, you know, mix them