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    no rules but im usually centered out... check out my beat and let me know what you think. scratch on it and post it, theres a free download link!!!

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    yooooooooooooooooooooo

    that beat was niceeeeeeeeeee

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    You want the scratch to accompany the beat...volume and placement is key

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    I agree with most of what has been said. Keep it center for the most part. But you can get some interesting results with panning. Especially some back and forth with different scratch sounds to make it sound like the scratches are alternating. (requires multi-tracking or overdubbing though)

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