All right check it out.
So I'm gonna talk a little bit about
faking and teasing, all right?
So, let's play this beat.
So teasing a scratch is kind of like,
you know, so this is, like this is what's
on the record.
All right, so
I'm gonna tease it, all right?
So I'm not, teasing just means that you're
kinda playing with the beginning of it
before letting in.
so now I just kinda tease the beginning,
you know what I mean?
It's like you can actually do that with
like a regular like,
like with one scratcher here, like.
[SOUND] Right, if you want to tease, let's
Let's say we're gonna do this scratch.
Like a clover tear, right?
So we're gonna tease that in.
So I kinda like just played with played
with the beginning a little bit.
So, it's like, there's like four notes in
[SOUND] One, two, three, four, right?
But I'm just playing with the first two
sounds kinda cheesy in that scratch.
So, there's also a thing called faking,
where, where like you it's kinda, it's
almost the same thing as teasing.
But you're kinda just faking it, so let's
let's try this scratch right here.
See how I went to a different, world,
but I was kinda faking that I was gonna do
that same scratch, you know what I mean?
So you kinda like hear those, like faking
type of stuff.
Like, you think I'm gonna do something but
it goes into something else, all right?
So, I just want to point those little,
little tips you can throw into your style,
[LAUGH] Faking and teasing, yeah.