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Skratch Lessons: Skratch Techniques 7.1

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[MUSIC]
So, what's up, everybody?
This is Alex.
Welcome to another tutorial related to the
part scratch technique.
So, my aim for this film is to motivate
you to
derive really simple a delayed pattern
from a famous scratch technique.
So, and yeah, I'm gonna show you four
variations,
and I hope you like the content and, as
always, bye bye.
[MUSIC]
[MUSIC]
So, okay my friends,
I hope you liked the demo and the
respective pattern.
Now some basics, the term delayed refers
to the rhythmic
position of a technique in opposite to the
common practical conversion.
The most popular form is the so called
delayed flare, yes?
As everybody probably knows, a flare is
basically
a technique where we start with an open
fader and then it's done by playing.
[MUSIC]
close, tap, open.
So, when we play that or when we play a
delayed flare,
we start with the closed fader.
Yes.
And in both, an additional step,
due the fact that we start first with the
open motion.
Okay.
So the first step, is to open motion
that's the reason why, it's a delayed
flare, because we delay the flare related
to the rhythmical position within the bar.
Okay?
That means.
[MUSIC]
Normally, we play.
[MUSIC]
So and now is a delayed performance.
[MUSIC]
So,
it means the open motion is the reason why
we create a delayed performance.
So, and yeah.
This is, or this additional step is
responsible for the delay and
yeah, and it's measured how we derive the
next, the following pattern.
So the first sequence is create by
starting with the closed fader, yeah?
So one click orbit.
[MUSIC]
Basically open fader technique.
And yeah, and the closed fader is
necessary to create an additional note and
do the so-called open fader technique,
like I said in the beginning.
So, that means we start now closed fader
and open the fader.
[MUSIC]
By a forward motion.
So, then follows the one click orbit.
[MUSIC]
Okay?
And now the last motion.
[MUSIC]
Is a backwards stroke, okay,
to the start position.
That means once again.
[MUSIC]
Open then.
[MUSIC]
Exact one click orbit and finally
[MUSIC]
So okay, this is it basically.
So, I played it at first
[MUSIC]
Really simple.
[MUSIC]
This.
[MUSIC]
Yes.
So,and when you play the forward motion,
and then we go into the.
[MUSIC]
One click,
try to tear them as the record motion,
yes.
Like.
[MUSIC]
It's more comfortable.
So.
[MUSIC]