Advanced Dj Scratch Course
3.6 (76 ratings)
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Advanced Dj Scratch Course

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3.6 (76 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
584 students enrolled
Last updated 9/2017
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will have extended knowledge in scrtaching & trick mixing.
Requirements
  • You should be able to have begginer knowledge of DJ software & hardware
Description

Learning to scratch takes the right combination of knowledge and deliberate practice. While there is no shortcut to this process, what makes all the difference is having the scratch techniques and ways to practice them properly explained and broken down for you step by step..

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Who this course is for:
  • We offer classes for all age groups, music genres and skill sets, we are committed to bringing out the best musical ability in every student.
Course content
Expand 11 lectures 01:22:21
+ Introduction
11 lectures 01:22:21

The fader is an elemental tool of the deejay and in this class you will learn to control how to transition from one turntable to the other.

Preview 06:43

Do not be fooled by the name, the baby scratch is the easiest scratch to
learn and the hardest to master. Mastering the baby scratch will lay a
strong foundation for the other scratches coming up in the future
especially the chirp.

Preview 05:09

This class will focus on the baby scratch technique and how to use it to transition into a new song.

Baby Scratch Into A Song
09:36

This class will teach students timing and a more advanced technique of scratching and using the fader.

Push Back Pull Technique
06:25

Let's have some fun! This class will teach students a more advanced technique of scratching.

Scratch Between Each Note
16:50
This class will teach the technique of the double tap using any sound on 2 records.
How to Double Tap
12:54

The Flare scratch is an open fader scratch. Start with th

How To Flare Scratching
06:39
Named because it sounds like a bird chirping away, this scratch is attained by playing the sample forwards and cutting the end of the sample off, then bringing the record back and turning the fader on. Repeat
How To Chirp Scratching
04:51
Named because your hand looks like a crab when you do the movements, this scratch is attained by rubbing 3 or 4 fingers from pinky or ring to index over the fader quickly to cut the sound in.
How To Crab Scratching
03:58
This tutorial is aimed more for the beginner just starting out. Practice the stab until you can do the stab very fast and with great precision. Once you have the basics down for both scratches, experiment with timings and swing.
How To Stab Scratching
05:02

The Transformer scratch is named so because it sounds like a cartoon transformer transforming. This scratch is attained by playing a long sample and cutting the sound on and off with the fader

How To Transform Scratching
04:14