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Scratching (Edit) - Sweet 7 - Scratching (Vinyl)

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  1. Kajigor says:
    Apr 29,  · good scratching records; If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
  2. Yogrel says:
    Sep 26,  · How to Fix Vinyl Scratches. While there is no foolproof way to repair scratches on vinyl, you can try using wood glue to remove dust and even out the surface of your record. Clean your record with a dry brush, liquid cleaning solution, or.
  3. Kazrazahn says:
    Dec 03,  · Scratching Without Vinyl: a Hip-Hop Revolution. By Michael Endelman. Dec. 3, ; See the article in its original context from December 3, , Section E, .
  4. Maugor says:
    On this episode of HOT ROD Garage, Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa decide to build a boat of a car, a Cadillac Sedan deVille, and drop it on airbags for a sweet-and-low cruiser. The Caddy, however, had other plans. The Cadillac V-8 exploded on the first test drive, and it was clear we needed to swap in a serious powerplant.
  5. Daikinos says:
    Learn the basics of scratching/editing sounds on vinyl record decks and CD decks when DJing. Part 1 of 3 - How to Scratch records.
  6. Duramar says:
    Turntable Lab Online Sales; 63 Flushing Ave., Bldg 3, Suite # Brooklyn, NY ; toll-free: ; [email protected]; Turntable Lab NY Storefront.
  7. Tojagore says:
    One Shot Vinyl Scratch Samples There’s no way to accurately reproduce the experience of scratching without a turntable but you can come close with these Vinyl Scratch Samples. This free sound kit contains many cool variations of vinyl scratch samples such as vinyl instrument scratches, vinyl vocal scratches, vinyl rewind / vinyl reverse.
  8. Meztirr says:
    7 inch vinyl record, 45 rpm of Way Back Home / Scratch by the Crusades on the Blue Thumb Records label.
  9. Tejind says:
    Dec 13,  · But, as was mentioned, any needle over time will damage the vinyl, scratching or not. Over years, and maybe a hundred or more listens, any record will start to wear. Scratching just speeds up that process since you're essentially playing a small part of the record over and over very quickly.

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