So the next pattern is called pietschko.
And this technique is basically a
combination of different
famous scratch techniques.
In fact this is a chirp at first.
[SOUND] Then we go into a two click flare.
[SOUND] And three E tones follows.
[SOUND] Or backwards motions, as one
Due to this performance, we produce eight
sounds in complete.
And in the now following video, you became
imagination of this sequence.
let's start with observing the record
motion at first.
So it is really helpful to count the
singer time values of the stroke.
To understand the practical conversion.
So we start with the accentuated
[SOUND] Which produces two sounds.
After this, follows the forward motion for
the two clicker, and this makes three
One, two, three.
[SOUND] So once again, that means the
combination [INAUDIBLE] two sounds.
[SOUND] And then three sounds for the two
clicker [SOUND] Makes five sounds, yes?
[SOUND] This is basically the beginning.
So when you get it down, you must play it
from this position in here,
three backward motions.
With the aim to arrive finally at the
start point of the center, like this.
Here, so, and when we count.
[SOUND] One, two, three, four,
five, and then six, seven, eight.
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven,
So and next we incorporate the [INAUDIBLE]
motion and for the first.
Two sounds we close and open with the chop
[SOUND] After this follows the two clicker
on the forward stroke.
It means closing Tap and opening.
[SOUND] But it's important that you play,
now my platters off.
[SOUND] Basically we play with automatical
directions, so that means-
[SOUND] Chirp and then [SOUND].
This is the beginning.
We've produce five songs.
So, and now after this, fader's open.
We go into the.
[SOUND] backwards strokes, three.
[SOUND] incomplete eight sounds.
Eight basically eight 1/16th notes.
Okay this is it basically.
This is a Pietschko scratch.
Now for training and repeating the single
here is another demo by the Russian
mobster Chin Machine.