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Turntable Tutorial 8 – CHIRP (Mixer Scratch Approach)

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Turntable Tutorial 8 – CHIRP (Mixer Scratch Approach)

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This tutorial explains the best way to carry out the Chirp scratch method utilizing the crossfader.

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  1. I have been trying to get this scratch right for a while, gave up after a few days, after watching this I was able to do a pattern in an hour, your the man! Thank you!

  2. I get used to Close to open (forward) open to close (backward) opposite direction of yours 🙁 Im getting realy hard time to switch it ? what should I do?

  3. Is your fader hand resting on the mixer? I have increased speed and accuracy when I do this but I want to make sure its not going to impede me later. Please answer my question Dj Angelo. Thank you.

  4. I have been at it for awhile now. funny how it seems like such an easy scratch but its not. You have to be a millisecond off and it doesn't sound close at all.

    I am almost getting it but kinda need like a warm up. Biggest issue I find is that my decks are on short table and I tire out fast.

  5. Angelo. I find that my fader on my mixer has a 2mm dead spot before the sound cuts in. I am having a very tough time with chirps and I am practicing away. i wonder if that cut off is not sharp enough for me to perform this technique?

    for example when I move my fader just a hair (2mm) the sound is faint coming in not full . is this a bit of a road block?

  6. It takes a long time to get them on lock, as well as achieve the high(er) pitched sound. Like DJ Angelo said, do 'em slowwwwww for awhile, if not longer, it makes a serious difference. I tried to go fast when I learned them, but I never got them down until I went mad slow for awhile. Slow funked up chirps sound dope though and build serious control. Good luck.

  7. Best chirp tut I've seen. I've had this cut on lock, 'cause I do 'em all the time, and that being said, you explained and demonstrated it perfectly. Gave me some pattern ideas, too. Peace.

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