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Skratch Lessons: Drumming 1.1

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[MUSIC]
So, what's up everybody?
This is Alex from Germany.
Welcome to my second tutorial for the
queues you.
Now we go over to drumming, and I wanna
present some consideration,
some helpful tips for drum scratching.
And, like Qbert said, drumming is
basically nothing else than scratching.
The difference lies in the fact that we
play periodic pattern,
like a traditional musician who plays for
example, a significant melody.
The other restriction is that we play
under the usement of percussion
segments like kick drum hi-hat snare,
Bongo, cymbal, riot,
shaker, blah, blah, blah, et cetera, et
cetera.
And in this upcoming tutorial, I will
present different styles of drumming under
the usement of different combinations of
segments like bass drum snare,
snare bass drum, high bass drum snare, and
so on, and so on.
And that make it necessary to classify
these possible forms of
sound segment arrangement at first.
And we wanna make kinda like a structure,
or
short notation through which we can define
the sound that we have.
So, here are the acronyms.
Okay, the most famous combination is
basically the bass drum snare arrangement.
It means bass drum and snare in direct
succession.
So, and here is short demo of a drum
scratching
pattern with this kind of segments.
[MUSIC]
So another possibility is the snare-bass
drum combination, logically.
S and B.
[MUSIC]
So then snare-bass-drum.
Bass drum is important it means SBB.
[MUSIC]
Then the bass-drum-snare.
Bass drum combination.
[MUSIC]
So very interesting is also the
hi-hat-bassdrum-snare combination.
[MUSIC]
So another very interesting combination is
bass-drum pause snare, that means the kick
drum is
placed at one eighth taber before the
snare comes in.
[MUSIC]
So, and another interesting combination
is, bass drum, pause, pause, bass drum,
snare.
[MUSIC]
Yeah, my upcoming tutorials of the
drumming series take different
forms of segment succession and allows
interesting playing styles.
You saw some of these styles in the
respective demo.
So, and important is watch out for
the, I call nooms in the topic line.
[MUSIC]