pattern 2, the pattern form now is one of
because it's a way to incorporate a very
famous scratch technique or
cross fader performance into your drum
scratching sequence, yeah?
In fact, this boomerang is playable.
In two different ways [NOISE].
So the first way is when start with the
open fader [NOISE].
[NOISE] This is the first way, and
the second way is when we start with the
closed fader like this.
[NOISE] So okay, now follows two ways of
This boomerang drum scratching style into
a drumming pattern.
first I'm going to explain the record
And this should be quite simple.
We start with playing reverse baby scratch
by using the bass drum at first, yes?
[SOUND] In direct succession follows
another reverse baby scratch.
So Basically we play-
And then we play the snare.
On the two beat.
Whether by hand-
Or, in the release order.
So once again, reverse baby.
[NOISE] So try it.
[NOISE] So from this chronological
position [NOISE] here
we are at the snare right now we place the
snare once again as a reverse.
[NOISE] And then follows the reverse baby
scratch three times.
By using the bass drum, so repeating from
the start point, reverse baby two times.
Then reverse snare and
reverse baby three times, sorry three
times, it was only two times.
So, once again-
Okay, once again.
And then after this, we play the snare.
Okay, logically we can place a snare note,
[SOUND] check on the fourbeat and yeah,
this is it.
So to complete the whole bar we move the
record back in a slower motion
intensity now from the last snare
the snare sounding is in reverse at first.
And we move the record only, you know,
only to the distance basically
because we start the next bar, yeah?
We start the next bar.
Also with the bass drum is a reverse baby
So now in slow motion, the whole bar.
Then three times.
Snare and then slow motion.
But only in the distance,
to ensure that we are able to start the
Once again with the bass drum as a reverse
This is not so easy, but when you got the
you able to play this style.
it's time to incorporate the crossfader
[SOUND] Like I said in the beginning, were
gonna use the boomerang sequence and
their two different methods.
So the first is where we start with the
open fader And
open fader in goes like this boomerang
Closing, tapping, opening, okay?
Three cross fader motions.
So now it's time to incorporate this
on your record motion, and it okay goes
With closing the fader,
in combination with the reverse [SOUND]
Bass drum, then follow the tap.
[SOUND] Pull it forward, then follow the
the back chord, then follow the closing
for the forward, then tap for the snare.
[SOUND] Opening for the reverse snare.
And then closing,.
[SOUND] And now it's important.
We cut the snare, the four beat.
[SOUND] Suck with the closing.
And then follows.
The three clicker, yes?
So it means tapping two times, we learn
the distance now.
Tech and we can, we can repeat the whole
So once again, it's not so easy,
you must try to stay In the boomerang
performance at first.
[SOUND] Beginning the four beats a snare.
You go into the three clicker but you must
play the backward motion not to
the start point You must play it in the
Okay, so once again.
This is the first quarter,
then [NOISE] opening, then [NOISE] this is
So once again, [NOISE]
I hope you got it.
So the second variation is, now we start
Closed fader, and we play it like this.
Fader is closed, and then [SOUND]
At first reverse, opening.
Yeah, and then.
So, and when you at the four beat.
Basically when you get the record motion
you must try to incorporate boomerang with
the open version.
And boomerang with the closed version.
And by playing the four beat, so the last.
You play basically a three clicker.
This is it.
We can watch the demo once again.
And there's a little acoustical
the open variation and the closed
[SOUND] It's not so much but it's a little
I think the idea is interesting of this
speed cutting sequence.