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Skratch Lessons: Drumming 3.2

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[MUSIC]
So now we came to variation D.
This is actually where we sample, we start
from the unison of the entire sample.
This is a hi hat [SOUND] and play one
eight time way
through which the hi hat plus subsequently
the bass drum appears.
It mean.
[SOUND]
Hi hat bass drum.
And we play this two segments two times in
order.
[SOUND]
And.
[SOUND] And.
Means, zip boom, zip boom, bish.
Zip boom, zip boom, bish, yeah?
After that in direct succession we play it
once again,
it is the snare comes in on the two beat,
and this is what I have done.
[SOUND]
And-
[SOUND] And-
[SOUND] And [SOUND] So,
when you raise up the tempo
[MUSIC]
Hm.
[MUSIC]
So, and it's not so
easy to let the record play
[MUSIC]
Till we or till the, a bass drum appears
[MUSIC]
And then we must move, really quick,
the record back to the start point,
to ensure that the hi hat is placed on the
correct timing point.
[NOISE]
And yes?
Okay, the demo.
[MUSIC]
So, now variation E.
We started this variation with the kick
drum, bass drum, once again.
And we play it twice.
We play the bass drum twice and then we
back.
And then back to the unison of the high
hat, and we play the entire sequence.
It goes like this here.
[MUSIC]
Yeah?
[MUSIC]
Okay, I raise up the tempo, play it on the
cross fader.
[MUSIC]
This also not, so easy.
Try it.
Here's a here's a demo.
[MUSIC]
So okay I think this five variations are
sufficient for now and
next a Q and A section for self-training
or this patterns.
Enjoy.
[SOUND]
[MUSIC]