So hey, what's up.
This is Alex from Berlin.
Welcome to my second tutorial related to
the part skratch techniques.
This lessons deals with so-called fade
which allows to augment your repertoire of
With sufficient practice it is possible to
execute all known skratch techniques like
Original Flair, Autobahn,
Boomerang, Delayed, or Prism scratch on
the line fader.
And by doing so, we get at this point
acoustic result as well.
And the possibility, additionally to raise
lower the volume during the performance.
So at first I start with the little demo
to show some possibilities.
And the run time of this performance
is 200% as it's a mastering reclass a lot
I hope you forgive me this little fade,
and yeah enjoy it.
So all right, as you most probably realize
in the video, the acoustic of the single
scratch techniques is quite different to
the conventional performance on the cross
So my aim of this tutorial is not in the
first place to explain the examples
of this demo we do.
This will be the content of the upcoming
In order to follow a structure approach,
it's absolutely necessary to start with
basic movements at first.
This is a prerequisite for learning the
line fader performance for
advanced playing strategy.
So, let's get it on!
Okay, simple fading.
We start now with some basics, as the name
A really important practical method is to
fade in or
fade out the sound in different time
This exercise help you enormously to train
your independence within the record.
And the fading motion.
And in the now following example, I play
each time a double time baby scratches.
Is to have a steady rhythmical pattern,
and I increasingly fade out the sound,
starting after the duration of four,
three, or five.
That means I play.
One, two, three, four and
then one, two, three.
One, two, three, four.
After a certain time value or a numbers of
double time baby
scratch I fade out the sound, okay, and
then I add natively.
Change the different numbers, and this is
my demo song here.
A beat from LoneWolf from the UK.
A famous beat maker.
One of my favorites.
So okay now we can start the exercise.
It means, we play double time.
So now I start to count.
One, two, three, four, one, two, three,
four, one, two, three, four, one, two,
three, four, one, two, three, one, two,
three, one, two, three, one, two, three.
Okay, then to five.
One, two, three, four, five, one, two,
three, four, five, one,
two, three, four, five.
So, this is idea.
Two, fade outs a sound after a certain
time value and now following demo.
You can see what I mean.
So, I hope this is clear,
the idea is clear.
Now it's you turn.
We go into the Q&A section.
Below the screen, you can see the numbers
of double time babies before
the sound is being completely fade out.
When you're already able to play this
style, try to execute the same
task using different record motion,
patterned like drills.
EATS, for example.
try to fade out in different time values,
it, it helps absolutely.
Believe me that