Okay, now we're going to check the e-piano
As you can hear, the whole sample runs
through different tunes.
This is my start point here at 12 o'clock,
the marker [SOUND]
They are different tunes of the sample.
[SOUND] And we start with, or we start the
pattern by scratching the very first tone.
[SOUND] So okay.
I am gonna demonstrate this, right now,
once again for you.
So as you could hear, or as you could see,
our goal is to wander, through this sound,
this first sound,
Till we arrive the following tone of
the sample on a certain rhythmical
position of the beat, so, this performance
is done by playing in, in a similar way
[SOUND] To the baby steps technique,
and I hope you know it it, which was
present by QBert on the scratch dope idea.
And you can train this,
Letting the sample play in a time
[INAUDIBLE] semi-quiver, a quaver, and
after, a little backward stroke.
And I think you've got it down.
So, it sounds a little bit like a vibrato.
So, and we repeat this [INAUDIBLE]
four times and then we, we switch into the
But I think the record run automatically.
And the next tone, follows off the next
bar of the beat.
So in this first tone, you can be very
creative by playing this.
My original motive goes like, open, close,
Open, close, transformer [SOUND] But you
can play it also like,
sorry once again,
Without the cross faders, also cool.
Yeah, be creative.
There are thousands of methods.
So, okay and the following bar we play and
now is a second tone of the entire sample.
[SOUND] Yeah the first tone.
So in this to, tone here.
Comes in on the second part on
the one beat.
So when we count it first [SOUND] by the
So the open close sounds much bigger than
This was open close and
this is transformer [SOUND]
sounds sharper, yeah?
I use for playing the open close motion.
So when we cut it first four times [SOUND]
It then follows a one eighth pulse and
then three times.
the whole performance from the beginning.
One, two, three, four.
One, two, three, four.
Yeah, it's not so easy to catch.
Second tone, direct on the one beat of the
You must train this.
This is it, basically, we can now go into
a little Q&A.
I play it for you one time, the whole
And then it's your turn.
One, two, three, four
So, okay, now, from the beginning of the.
Third measure, we played basically the
same sequence as in the previous bar.
But this time, by using the third tone of
This is the second, so this is the first.
[SOUND] And then comes the, the third
we play it in the same way as the previous
As we have played.
Then the second tone [SOUND] that means
first one [SOUND]
Over the beat.