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Volga(y)rep - Instrumental (Scratch On Up Yourself) - D.Ablo - Volga(y)rep (Vinyl)

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  4. Jan 12,  · Here is an extended preview of one of my three vocal cuts tutorials. I am cutting up the “say what” sample (from scratchy seal vinyl) and breaking down the various scratch techniques that work well with this sample. Scratch techniques used include: stabs, dices, dices and drags, transforms, chirps, see-saws, boomerangs.
  5. Mar 30,  · Thank you Graham, hopefully I’ll be able to put these tips to the test soon. I have a 2 channel audio interface for my computer and I have tried recording an entire song but the issue is that I have 6 microphones on my drums so it makes it harder to get everything right before I put the entire drum set on tape, maybe someday I can afford a larger interface but for now I’ll keep on.
  6. You can now get over instrumental hip hop and funk beats to scratch over, courtesy of Studio Scratches. Here’s a quick product demo by ellaskins of DJ danibebeamerecoldilesscarevo.coinfo Spice up your scratch practice sessions with these tried and tested instrumentals. By DJs for DJs ; Variety of styles and tempos for true scratch mastery!
  7. Vocal scratches are high pitched alterations of a sound that a turntable would make when scratching. Rahzel, Kela, and Scratch all use vocal scratching to great effect and although each beatboxer brings their own variations to the technique, the basics are the same.

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