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Skratch Lessons: Several Players 7.1

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[MUSIC]
So
hello and welcome to the next tutorial
related to the part Several Players.
Today I'm going to show you how to create,
how to arrange,
how to compose a really smooth track.
By using some material from an epiano and
also from a bass.
So and the whole track is divided into,
into different parts.
This is main melody played with the
epiano.
Then the bass line and also a little break
section.
This very important.
So, and this is the foundation to create
this really smooth track.
As you can hear.
A few seconds in the demo So and
in this track I play together with a good
friend of mine.
His name is Mike Hektik.
And he is a member of the famous
turntablism band Fader Heads in Germany
from Berlin.
It's one of the oldest turntablism bands.
And I hope you like the track.
So and drink smoothies.
This is good for health.
Bye.
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