chop stab scratch combo

Chop Stab Scratch Combo

chop stab scratch combo

Chop Stab Scratch Combo

The breakdown of the combination. So it's a stab, a chop, a stab, a chop, a chop, the two chops follow each other then we start again the same way and a stab, a chop, a stab, a chop; a chop. The particularity is that I took this sample on purpose.

I use the two little bits at the end, which are very close to each other. So when I do my chop you can hear both samples, and when I just do the stab you can hear only the first part of the sample. I took this sample, you can take other samples as long as the tone is different on a very short duration in fact. That's why you have to be very precise, to really start at the end so that when you do your chop you can hear the two pieces of sound.

So the stab and the chop chained one behind the other so that's it, we do it twice and then we do a chop again.

So start at the end, because if I start a little bit earlier you don't hear the second sample. And they have to be really close to each other and if you have samples where they are not close enough to each other, you have to increase the speed, but you have to go a little bit faster with the vinyl. The faster you go, the more time you have and the less time you have. I don't need to do that, but if I really had to, I would speed up so that my 2 samples are closer to each other and conversely, if they are too close, slow down.

We have to really find the point where we need to go, so we can hear both samples when we do our chop.

So here are these two times that and then a chop.

We go all the time in front there is no backwards all towards the front so it is rather simple in the sense that we always go in the same direction. There is no need to make very complicated combinations only you have to be very precise with the vinyl. Because the movement of the crossfader is forward, so it's pretty simple. But with the vinyl you have to be really precise, because if you move a little bit, the result will not be the same at all.

Practice in two parts if it's really too complicated by practicing the stab and chained chop behind.

And then I realize that even for the stab I actually do a kind of chop because I let go of the vinyl. It still has to be at the right speed (the vinyl) but you can keep your hand on the vinyl if you want too. Also we can put amplitude too to change the tone.

And in fact, once I accelerate the movement, I can't go too fast either, because if I go too fast, you'll be able to hear both samples. Or I have to get closer to the end of the first sample to hear the beginning of the second sample.

The movement must not be shorter than that otherwise you won't hear my two samples.

Here the instrumental is at 90 Bpm, so you can hear both samples.

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