First seen by many DJs worldwide in 1991 during DJ Q-bert’s DMC routine, the Echo Scratch brought something new to the art form. Unlike most scratches that use the crossfader, the Echo is performed using the volume fader. Dirty Digits lays out how to do an Echo Scratch, gradually bringing down the fader during each scratch, giving you the ability to add a stylish exit to songs and routines. Subscribe for more features and original series from Scratch DJ Academy: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ScratchDJAcademy https://www.scratch.com Like Us on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/scratchdjacademy Follow Us on Instagram – https://instagram.com/scratchdjacademy Tweet Us – https://twitter.com/ScratchDJAcdmy Scratch DJ Academy is teaching the new wave of DJ’s and Music Producers. Join the Movement. Scratch DJ Academy, co-founded in 2002 by Rob Principe and the late Jam Master Jay of the legendary group Run DMC, has taught over 500,000 people from all 50 states and 35 countries at its five flagships and ten satellite locations. With its copyrighted curriculum, state of the art equipment, local celebrity instructors, and emphasis on mentorship and community, Scratch DJ Academy offers introductory, intermediate, and advanced courses along with certification and professional programs, giving DJs and producers of all skill levels the opportunity to realize their aspirations.