so we're gonna talk about slow scratches
and the importance of slow scratches.
And what are some good slow scratches, to
Basically, the answer is every scratch
sounds good slow.
So, a good thing is, the concept of
So you wanna scratch slow, fast, slow,
fast, slow, fast.
Kinda like nature, you know.
We got seasons, some balance, all right?
So, say you're scratching fast, then you
wanna go slow.
Say you're scratching slowly you wanna go
So let's say
Let's talk about a couple of techniques.
So what's a good scratch to sound slow?
I guess they all sound good like I said.
Lets go into like a, a boomerang.
With a crab.
lets go into to like a slower speed which
would be like a triplet.
You know one scratch that I've been doing
a lot in that call it a b turn off.
One scratch that I did a lot in there was
it's like these triplets, right?
But they're not really triplets, well they
are triplets but one, two, three,
one, two, three, one, two, three [SOUND]
that's kinda just what helps me out when
I'm Skratching fast.
And I'm boom, da, dudi, boom, chi, chi,
da, di, da, but, one, two, three, fine,
switch, ju, jit, fit, fat, ita, bata, one,
two, three, one, two, three, one,
two, three, one, two, three.
[SOUND] Ju, jit, fit, fat, ita, ba, ta
one, two, three, one.
It's kinda like MCing.
So you hear MCs rapping and you know.
They do like slow and fast things.
So listen to a lot of MCs and get your
combo scratches into those,
type of scratches and it'll sound real
Here's prism in different speeds.
All right, so I guess,
just get all your scratches.
Fast slow everything in between.
Even faster, even slower.
It will sound real ill to listen.