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Scratching

Latest update : 4 May 2007.

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  • Italian definition

    4 maggio 2007, di Pierre Couprie

    Scratchare (Scratching)
    Termine inventato per descrivere la manipolazione in tempo reale dei dischi a 33 giri o di giradischi modificati. √ˆ apparso con la nascita della musica dance sviluppatasi negli Stati Uniti, nel momento in cui i DJ hanno iniziato a programmare la scaletta dei dischi e dei brani che suonavano. Questi hanno sentito la necessit√ di incatenare i brani, mixando la fine di un brano con l’inizio di un altro seguendone il beat (ritmo) e la tonalit√ , (...)

  • German definition

    17 février 2007, par Pierre Couprie

    Scratching

  • French definition

    7 December 2006, by Pierre Couprie

    Scratch (ou scratching)
    Le terme scratching a √©t√© invent√© afin de d√©crire la manipulation en direct de disques 33 tours sur des tourne-disques modifi√©s. Elle est apparue dans les boites disco des √‰tats-Unis dans lesquelles les DJ ont commenc√© √ pr√©voir les enregistrements qu’ils jouaient, √ les jouer ensemble, √ les encha√ģner les uns aux autres en suivant une pulsation et une tonalit√©, √ les superposer, √ cr√©er des fondu encha√ģn√© et √ utiliser diverses autres (...)

  • Spanish definition

    11 August 2006, by Rob Weale

    Scratching
    El t√©rmino scratching (raspado o rayado) se utiliza para describir la pr√°ctica de manipular discos de 12 pulgadas en tiempo real con tocadiscos especialmente adaptados. Surgi√≥ en las discotecas de Estados Unidos, donde los DJs comenzaron a reproducir discos en forma simult√°nea, empalmando uno con el otro cuidando el ritmo y la clave (musical), superponiendo, haciendo fundido encadenado, etc. Pronto esto se desarroll√≥ a tal punto que un buen DJ pod√≠a tocar las grabaciones a (...)

  • English definition

    21 January 2005, by Rob Weale

    The term scratching was coined to describe the practice of the real-time manipulation of 12-inch discs on highly adapted turntables. It grew up in US discos where DJs began to programme the records they played, running them together, cutting one into another on beat and in key, superimposing, crossfading and so on. Soon this developed to the point where a good DJ could play records as an accompanying or solo instrument, along with a rhythm box, other tracks or singing. New and extended (...)

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