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Hey, my name is Andrew Gutterson from Beatboxer Entertainment. Today, I’m going to be teaching you how to beatbox.
Right now, I’m going to teach you how to do a basic techno beat. It consists of two noises. The first noise, which I’ve already taught you could either be a closed hi-hat or an open hi-hat. Closed hi-hat again sounds like this [demonstration] and open hi-hat sounds like this [demonstration].
So the second beat or the second noise I’m going to teach you is the techno bass drum. The techno bass drum sounds more or less like a gorilla grunting, which sounds like this [demonstration].
So for those of you that can make a gorilla noise, do that, or phonetically it will sound like this ogh or uh. So what you’re going to do is you’re going to keep your mouth closed while doing the uh sound and you’re just going to do the noise, so [demonstration].
Now, when you do it correctly, after a while the hi-hat will end up following the noise, the techno bass drum. So, it sounds something like this [demonstration].
Now after a while of doing that over and over again, you create your own techno beats which sound like this [demonstration] and that's your basic techno beat.
Next, I’m going to teach you guys how to do—how to combine all the sounds I have taught you so for into a beat.