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Skratch Lessons: Several Players 3.1

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[MUSIC]
So, yeah, what's up?
Welcome to my 7th tutorial.
This is Alex.
The seven tutorials that constitute the
third part of the various
several players at first, my opinion, the
most interesting
fact of being a turntablist is the wide
range of acoustical possibilities.
You have the liberty to use every tone,
every type of song material to create
something new by scratching on drums,
scratching tones, scratching whatever.
So, in this lesson I wanna show how to
build up a song by using
material from a really old record.
This is a record from Muddy Waters Manish
boy.
[MUSIC]
I found this in my record store and
yes after this you can transfer these
considerations
on your favorite tunes to create something
new,
by drumming, or by tone scratching, and
yeah,
this is it, how it works, it's a subshape.
Upcoming tutorial, enjoy and bye bye.
[MUSIC]
So as you could hear in the intro, there
are many-
[MUSIC]
samples there
are on twisting
[MUSIC]
This one also-
[MUSIC]
So
in this guitar samples they are all
interesting for scratching-
[MUSIC]
And we can be sure to work with one and
the same harmonic tune when we use them
later for the whole composition.
Yes.
[MUSIC]
This one is interesting.
And also some words from Muddy Waters.
[MUSIC]
Use another guitar.
So and after, we collected our match wheel
into the 4S's team, and
to create or to build up our composition,
I have prepared a rhythmical fundament or
with other words, a percussion pedal to
play over, yes?
This is a nice drum scratching sequence
which sounds like this here.
[MUSIC]
So, okay, this is my workbook of
fundamental drum scratching performance,
and I have also add a bass line and
some hi hats over it and this sounds
really laid back and
this is exactly my goal, to create a nice
pattern for
My guitar samples, which I want to play
over a little bit later.
You can download this beat if you like to
train the guitar and harmonic pattern
later, but before we do that, let's put
some a chords over the beat.