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Scratch Mouse

Name: cymbalism.com Ӣ Rating: Cool Ӣ Format: Online Software Ӣ Play

Scratch mouse. Online mixers are proliferating. The tool at cymbalism.com distinguishes itself with a smart scratching format. The system consists of three batches of musical material: four “drum” loops, eight “instrumental” loops and eight samples, all of which can be triggered with your computer’s mouse or keyboard. The drum loops can be overlaid, but you can only play one instrumental loop and/or sample at a time. If you trigger the samples with your keyboard, you can then “scratch” them on the provided sample pad; the pad provides a visualization of the selected sample, and by moving your mouse you can back up or advance the sample.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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