Beatboxing For Beginners!!

Avatar adm.preservingthepitch@gmail.com | August 24, 2012 48 Views 0 Likes 0 Ratings

 

Beatboxing tips for beginners:

Beatboxing can seem tricky, especially when you are first learning about it. However, with a little effort and a lot of enthusiasm you will find that it starts to come naturally and that you can soon let your creative energy take over. There are three basic sounds that you will need to master if you are to become a beatboxer.

These sounds are the kick drum, hi-hat and snare drum.

Let’s start with the kick drum, which should come out as a ‘b’ sound. Start as though you are about to say the letter ‘b’.  Instead of letting the word out freely, keep your lips tightly closed so that air builds up behind them. When you release the sound, the air should shoot out so fast that it makes your lips vibrate, but only for a very short amount of time. You can practice this at home, while playing on partycasino.com or tidying up. The more you do it, the more natural it will begin to feel and you will get better and better at making the sound.

Next, we have the hi-hat. This is a ‘t’ sound that will sharpen up your beatboxing. First, lightly close your teeth and make a ‘ts’ sound. If you want to make a thin ‘hat’ sound, move the tip of your tongue behind the front of your teeth, and for a heavy ‘hat’ sound move your tongue to the normal ‘t’ position. There are many variations of this, for example let your breath out for a longer period of time to create a sound that is more open, or make successive rapid sounds like ‘tktktktk’ by making the ‘k’ sound with the mid-back of your tongue.

The classic snare drum sound is made by saying the letter ‘p’, while pushing the air out of tightly closed lips to make them vibrate. There are also many variations on this technique, such as making a ‘pf’ sound instead.

 You will soon learn what sounds best and everything will begin to feel natural.
Party Casino.Com


48 Views 0 Ratings Rate it

  • Copyright 2020 The Lost Art
    This site is dedicated to our fallen soldier Demetrius Dialect Austin - Visit Site

NEW RECORD NOW AVAILABLE

We have been asked several times... 'Where can we pre-order your new record?' ( Click here to pre-order ) We could not be more than excited! We have been talking about pressing more records and we finally have a reliable source for pre-sales and the record purchase. Juno has accepted us for this release and also future record releases. This is absolutely amazing! I cannot thank James Boggs with Hoodwink Records / Carocell music enough, for his extremely hard work to make all of this a dream come true. We are truly honored to work with some of the best mastering professionals, record pressing company, publishing companies, and individuals, in the world. We really took our time to find the right companies to do these projects and really hope to keep pressing more in the near future. We are very humbled to seriously have this once in a lifetime opportunity.

Pre-Order Link:

Click here

“Notes To Jiggabot” has been a compilation of songs that were dedicated to the Lovely Jiggabot by DJ Natural NateⓇ. These are love letters (Songs) to saying how much he loves Jiggabot and to say the words that are sometime hard to say out loud. All of the songs on this album have had many supporters and sponsors. We have to give a very special shoutout to www.the-lost-art.com, Frajile Recordings, 77Deuce, Electro Echelon, ONE7AUDIO, Hoodwink Records and Carocell music for believing in this music with top charting results. We would not be here without all of you. Special Thanks goes to all the party goers and old school heads that have throughout the years, brought us all support and inspiration! A huge shout out to all radio stations worldwide who have helped with promotional play. Let the labels' hearts and souls know without a shadow of doubt, that the efforts have not been in vain. A massive thanks to the home team and the most amazing people who have been pushing The-Lost-Art since day one! We love you and dedicate this project to each and every one of you who hold this close. Last but not least, this is dedicated to all our friends, families and DJs worldwide who continue to live through vinyl. You know who you are. Blessings! James B Boggs

If one believes or not in fairy tales, I say to them... Don't think too long. Each and everyday Love can be captured. If not for a moment Love can be held for a lifetime. "The notes to Jiggabot" are the prime example of how our myths & legends stand that inevitable test of time. The world deserves to know that "Fairy Tale" love stories are real. Within the grooves of this EP one can hear & feel that every bit of such a notion is True. James B Boggs

This will close in 20 seconds