Record Scratch sound Effect

March 25, 2017
How to Create a buzzy sound
Sounds can be managed in the Sounds Tab.


Sounds are the items that are available only by importing or recording. These can be obtained in the "Sounds" tab, in which one can import, record, play, and edit sounds.


Notes can be controlled with a variety of blocks.

Prior to Scratch 2.0, notes were accessed by a MIDI system, which are varieties of notes built in to one's computer. However, since Scratch 2.0 runs on Adobe Flash, the MIDI sound library is uncapable of use, and therefore the Scratch Team had to create their own sounds library built in to the Scratch program. The following blocks are related to notes:


To obtain these, one has to view the Sounds tab of a sprite/stage and select the Import button (which appears as a folder). The user will be able to import sounds from their desktop or varying locations, including a sound library that comes with Scratch.



The Scratch 2.0 sound editor.

Sounds can be recorded, imported, edited, exported and modified in the Scratch 2.0 sound editor. It provides simple options to edit an existing sound for many benefits. For more advanced options not within Scratch's, an external sound editor can be used, but it is not recommended to record music from other websites because this will result in low-quality music with tons of background noise and quietness. The best way to do it is to import music.

record needle scratching - sound effect mp4
record needle scratching - sound effect mp4
DJ Scratching Record Scratch Sound Effects
DJ Scratching Record Scratch Sound Effects
Record Vinyl Scratch - Sound Effect
Record Vinyl Scratch - Sound Effect
Share this Post