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Skratch Lessons: Several Players 7.4

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[MUSIC]
So okay, when you get the basics down, so
the, the main melodies different parts of
the main melody,
it's time to create some breaks for the
propose of the comprehensive routine.
So, in the demo I'm playing such a break
by using the tones,
which sounds after the third tone of the
sample.
[SOUND] So the first tone is this here.
[MUSIC]
Second, third and then.
[MUSIC]
Yeah?
This except is the sound that we, which I
use now for the break session.
So, and the beat is also arranged in the
way,
where you can include this break yeah?
This is a we can hear this has this part,
goes like this.
[MUSIC]
This is the break part.
[MUSIC]
Here it goes only two bars long but.
[SOUND] This is cool, you can arrange,
this routine step by step so once again.
[MUSIC]
And then you go back to the main middle
line.
[MUSIC]
Okay I think
here I have started to play this tone.
[MUSIC]
Pause the one beat, yeah?
The aim was to set the following tone,
this one, yeah?
[MUSIC]
Direct on the one beat of the bar,
so as on the cross fader performance, I
would just say,
feel free to find a way to cut this tone
in a funky way for
example, like this
[MUSIC]
Sorry, so this is a break part here.
[MUSIC]
Yeah, important this,
[MUSIC]
Ba-boom,
that you start start with this tune.
[SOUND] A one, eight before the one beat,
and then.
[SOUND] This tone on the one beat.
Yeah?
Sounds cool.
So, once again,
[MUSIC]
So, and
as you get here after l left the sample
play until the next one comes in.
[SOUND] Yeah, and I model, moderate it a
little bit by an additional
background motion, to ensure, that this
new tone sounds exactly on the three beat.
Like this,
[MUSIC]
yeah.
[MUSIC]
Okay, once again.
[MUSIC]
You must play it better, than I do.
[MUSIC]
Sorry.
[MUSIC]
Yeah, this is a performance.
[MUSIC]
Okay?
Once again.
[MUSIC]
So this is a pattern.
So in direct succession.
[MUSIC]
Another tone comes in, and
this is a bass tone.
[SOUND]
Yeah?
And you can play.
[SOUND] Or you can be creative.
[SOUND] To play this.
[SOUND]
Also in the groovy way Once again.
[MUSIC]
You can play it also in the [SOUND] In a
groovy way like this.
[MUSIC]
So, and we play the break two times.
And then we go by a long backward motion
as you could see.
[SOUND] And a high motion intensity,.
[SOUND] To the beginning of the whole
sequence.
So, and then you can start it once again.
Okay, this it I hope you your explanation
was correct.
It's much better to read only the
notation, yeah?
And, and this is my goal for the whole
series,
so when you able to read the notation,
you don't need me anymore and then, then I
have to say goodbye.
[MUSIC]