okay, integral movements, when the cross
fader gets subsequently closed and
opened or opened and closed, it caught in
antic eye mode, cross fader motion.
So cross fader performance called close
open closed respectively, is logic.
But what is important is that both single
movements, I'll play it in the same
duration that means, the open motion must
be played like the close motion.
When we play or the closed motion
must be played, like the open motion when
we play close, open, close, open.
Keeping this in mind there are specific
symbols to pres,
a represent the so-called integral
movements on the cross fader,
which helps to simplify the notation by
using only one symbol, instead of two.
Additionally those integral movements are
the basis for
creating complex scratch technique, as you
will see in the end of this unit.
So, okay, let's go to the cymbals.
So in the music series edition of two,
your symbols equal as an one, eight where
You know it from the record motion one,
eight, one, 16 note plus an one eight,
16 E tone as one unit is then one, eight,
yeah, this is mathematics.
So here are two examples of playing an
eighth note to tone by incorporating both
integral movements on the cross-fader.
So we see now on the left is the open
close motion, and
on the right the close open motion.
So the notation indication, is first we
see the decoding and after it
the simplified to inscription, by means of
the symbols of integral movements.
So, okay now, the left notation indication
we play a open close motion.
And this in combination with the note to
tones, it means the open motion.
[SOUND] For the note and the close motion.
[SOUND] For the e tone.
So, incase we would like to play an E tone
note together, or in combination
with the open close motion, it looks like
this look at the left notation indication.
So when we play it first the E tone, with
the open motion.
[SOUND] And then.
[SOUND] The closed motion for the note.
So okay, now the right notation
This is the closed open motion.
At first in combination with the note to
tone, and that means.
[SOUND] For the close open motion,
start position is a open fader, now we
play the first note.
[SOUND] And then the open motion.
For the E tone.
So now, when we combine this with an E
[SOUND] We play the close motion, for the
[SOUND] And then the open motion.
[SOUND] For the note.
This is logic.
So here are some examples of some famous
scratch techniques, that start with an
open close motion for example.
So we see at first the slow autobahn, and
when you consider the slow autobahn was
[SOUND] Yeah, so it goes like this.
So, and as you can see,
the first motion [SOUND] Is nothing as
such a note to tone.
[SOUND] Combined with an open closed
Okay, and notation indication,
you see the respective symbolic over the
first note to tone.
So at the three click delayed flare, the
So that means.
[SOUND] The first motion is note to tone
in combination with a open close motion.
Basically, this combination note to tone
plus open close is the so-called
DJ Rafik, have explained this technique in
the scratch rap idea So
okay, and now we come in opposite to to
fader techniques and these are the flares.
And these flares can be this transcribed
by using the close open motion.
So flare is basically,.
[SOUND] Yeah, a forward motion.
And now we play a close open.
In combination with this forward or
the same [SOUND] For the backward, this is
a close open motion [SOUND] But
important is, that we divide this record
motion [SOUND] In equal length for
the closing [SOUND] And then [SOUND] For
So you see scratching as nothing but
mathematic, a little bit.
So let's stay at the chirp scratch.
You know it very well
there is a particularly, particularity
related to the chirp performance.
The record motion, has to be started
slightly before the cross fader does.
[SOUND] Here, like this.
[SOUND] If both performances are started
at the same time,
the first part of the record motion will
not be heard here.
In this example a one,16 note has to be
found before the cross fader is closed,
you know, like this.
when the other motion, of this performance
happened at the same time.
And this performance is tricky for
beginners, since the hand record movement
and the cross fader hand movements [SOUND]
I'm not synchronized on how to pattern and
that's why repeating of this pattern,
requires some practice as everybody knows.
And this methodology, also works with one
click flare performance.
Which is written down using a one, eight
a close open motion, you know, you can see
this right now.
This is basically nothing else but one
eighth note, and then we incorporate
[SOUND] Closing open, the same of the E
tone, [SOUND] Closing open.
So, in the chirp performance,
this logically, we play a note to tone
[SOUND] In a higher motion intensity,
that's the reason why is the note tone
placed, over the center line?
So in the higher range of the step, and
we're incorporated this symbol, the X.
[SOUND] And, yeah, this is a symbol for
So, okay here yeah, is a combination of
note of tone and
two close open results in one click orbit
That means note to tone.
[SOUND] Like this and now we combine,
this with two close open motions, it means
it's a first close open for the note.
[SOUND] And the second.
You can see this in the notation
indication, next to the simplified
indication we see the decomposition, or
in other words the decoding of the single
And there is a very important autographic
rule concerning the transcription
of cross fader motions, that means when
the same fader technique is repeated,
it's indicated only once, right above the
record motion symbol.
You can see that it's the reason way this
only over the first note.
This X and this applies also for the
following record motion.
Yeah, and this applies until the cross
fader motion changes.
So, oh until we go into the next bar.
Okay, so let's summarize the content, it's
a simple lick for
integral movements open close motion this
O or it's symbol for zero.
Yeah a circle so.
[SOUND] Basically the combination of the
open brace, and the closing brace.
[SOUND] So it is symbolic as.
[SOUND] So and close open,
motion is also a combination of the closed
and the open brace so and we obtain a X.
So okay, I hope this is clear, and yeah.