okay as next we came to the harmonica
the whole sequence of this musician is
divided in three parts.
The first is the intro, and we play the
intro in the break part of the beat.
That means, this is in the middle of the
whole beat here.
I think this is simple.
We play basically only a release note, and
we scratch the centering tool for
seven inch records to imitate the vibrato
So after awhile we change the automatic
vibrato by pushing this button here.
And then we go into the first part of the
This is basically very similar to the
We start with a 1-16 release.
[SOUND] And then we move the record in
shape of a 180 turn.
[SOUND] And lower motion intensity.
And we cut every,
record motion with the 24 this is the
first step though.
So after that remove the record against
the direction to produce, the next tune.
It goes like.
then we play the whole sequence
so yeah, we're cutting every motion in a
one 16th time value.
So the sound characteristic of this
conversation is very blurring and
fits perfectly for our blue switch and I
can play it one more.
So I'm going to try some variations by
switching or alternating between
transformer and open close motion.
So you can absolutely be crazy by playing
This is the first part of the harmonicas
sequence after this
I go into the selectmarsh, the selectmarsh
is a technique invented by DJ Quebert.
It goes like start with open fade out.
And we play a realese closing.
Then we move the record back, the sound is
We play a transformer and we open.
Yeah, it's very rhythmical, I think.
So, and then we go into the next harmonica
pattern, and it goes like this here.
So all right, right.
Now we came to the second pattern of the
I use now another harmonica tone.
And the pattern goes like this.
I start on the one beat, with the short
scrub, followed by a four finger click.
It goes like this here.
this is my start, and in direct succession
follows a one 16th back stroke.
It goes like this.
a one 16th back stroke a lower mo, motion
in terms of t, and
then I start on the two beat, a triple
pattern, with a transformer bubble tap.
So, once again, back strokes and four
Then next grab 116 and-
[SOUND] So, and then, this is the light
the leading motif, which I repeat after a
One time on the four beat.
Important is that we play the pattern
further from the last chronological
positioning of the sample.
That means we start-
[SOUND] And then from this positioning-
So over a beat.
Okay, this is it.
So, after a one eight note, I play a
Now follows the one eighth.
Pose and create with a tweeter movement on
An effect similar to the vibrato which I
will repeat after 160 nodes.
So the whole se, sequence goes like this-
So and yeah well this is main performance.
I can play it once again for you.
So, and yeah, well this is the main
I think this sufficient for now the last
task is to decorate
the composition with some additional
sounds from the original recording.
For this I have used voices samples of
For example, everything, everything going
to be all right this morning and
yeah also the applause in the entrance
So, okay, I hope I could give you some
helpful tips for or
to create your own remix with your
It means all my considerations of creating
composition with old match were can you
transfer to your favorite tunes.
I'm very excited of some replays or new
suggestions of this remix also.
Try to play, play some other variations of
the guitar, musician, or
the harmonic composition.
And yeah, this will be cool when you send
me some remix of this song.
Clear your decks and go.
Digging some old stuff, and, be fresh as
in fresh, Alex.