of jazz music. This scratch can also be performed by doing the opposite and placing the pause on the forward stroke instead. The lyrics do not contain any references to Satan or a Faustian bargain, but they have been interpreted as a description of the singer's fear of losing his soul to the Devil (presumably in exchange for his talent). And that's exactly what more than 30 million viewers have done. His innovation in writing songs, using complex chord progressions and revolutionary harmonic form, changed the standards for composition and greatly influenced other jazz artists. This disappearance has been widely documented in books and documentaries (among them Black Noise and Scratch: The Movie and was linked to the increased use of DAT tapes and other studio techniques that would ultimately push the DJ further away from the original hip-hop equation.
It is a difficult move to master but also versatile and quite rewarding if done right. Snowblind 6:41 (Lyrics: GM Funk Music: Cerha, Blomqvist) GM Funk: Rap Stefan Blomqvist: Synthesizer Johan Zachrisson: Guitar Synthesizer Martin Cerha: Bass Åke Eriksson: Hi-Hat, Snare Ulf Adåker: Linn Drum Programming Camilla Henemark: Vocoder Voice Per Tjernberg: Cuica, Bongos, Wood Blocks, Vibra Slap, Voice Recorded during. Schumacher calls Clapton's vocal on "Crossroads" his best and most assured with Cream. Studies edit One of the earliest academic studies of turntablism (White 1996) argued for its designation as a legitimate electronic musical instrumenta manual analog samplerand described turntable techniques such as backspinning, cutting, scratching and blending as basic tools for most hip hop DJs. Archived from the original on March 13, 2016.