Scratches

Yeah, Boy! (talking Flavor here)

The following table provides access to scratches the terminatorX community created and kindly shared with me. Please keep them scratches coming…

Scratch Author Description
Accenture Theme.mp3
2MB
Jorge Sandín Excellent instrumental featuring scratching Jorge created using terminatorX – you can listen to more of Jorge’s work on his soundcloud page. Note that the audio is available under the terms of Creative Commons.
jazzyscratch.mp3
550kB
Gregory A. Aluise
alias DJ Giant ‘G’
From the Farnky Boyz’ album.
en_ghane_cigo.mp3
7.4MB
Arthur Moore “Modern Music” (no beats involved).
dark_rivers.mp3
4.6MB
Arthur Moore “Think Stravinsky, Shoenberg, Cage, Stockhausen”.
ving.mp3
8.3MB
Arthur Moore “Not cheesy LDS artist stuff”.
asapien_scratch.mp3
544kB
Brian Redfern This scratch is just a sample of a full 45min terminatorX set, which was available at the author’s website which seems to be down now. The whole set is terminatorX plus an external reverb box.
aint.mp3
848kB
Fernando S. Fabreti Ain’t no DJ but love to scratch! Created with his own turntable.
this.mp3
1.4MB
me My 3.5 demo
cutitup.mp3
780kB
Gregory A. Aluise
alias DJ Giant ‘G’
Cut it up!
“Mixed in 15 min”
stores.mp3
1.3MB
Tony Lambiris Stores Scratch
hamsterscratch.mp3
80kB
Will Weiser Quick Hamster Scratch
terminatorX.mp3
470kB
me Messing with Public Enemy aka the tX title-scratch 😉
interrupt.mp3
120kB
John B. Fink Meat Beat Manifesto Meets Orson Wells
linus.mp3
200kB
myself Linus pronounces Linux – from the silly sounds (see kernel archives)

In case you want to get on the list above download terminatorX, practice and record your scratching. If you have a scratch to share go ahead and send me your best scratch.

4 thoughts on “Scratches”

    1. Wow, great stuff! Now this features really “high performance” use of terminatorX. I assume you also play the guitars on your tracks? Well done! I added your theme to the list above with a link to your soundcloud page, let me know if you want me to add anything else, thanks for sharing!

    1. Sweet! That track is nicely laid-back and I really like what you did with Bill and Seth there! Would you mind sharing what other tools were involved in creating it? Also, would it be OK with you if I add a link of even a copy of the audio to this page?

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