Minggu, 16 Juni 2013

Tips

Tips

  • If you start out beatboxing, or trying to do a difficult beat, always start out practicing the beat with weak sounds. This way it's easier to do everything smoothly in the beat. After some time you'll get the timing just right and then you can put your focus on the loudness and clarity of your sounds. This is easier on the head, because you already know when to do those sounds, even if they were weak at first.
  • Listen to some music by famous beatboxers such as Killa Kela, Rahzel, Speiler, Roxorloops, Black Mamba, Biz Markie, Doug E. Fresh, Matisyahu, Max B, Blake Lewis (American Idol finalist), Bow-Legged Gorilla, or even Bobby McFerrin (the artist of "Don't Worry Be Happy" who created the entire song using only his voice dubbed on different tracks to create many different 'instruments').
  • Make sure that you know how to beatbox while exhaling and how to beatbox without exhaling. This can help you sing and beatbox at the same time.
  • Always practice with a consistent tempo. This means that you should try to keep the same speed throughout a pattern.
  • Certain types of lipgloss can be really good on the lips to beatbox for a long time without having to suffer from dry lips. It's also healthy for them.
  • Try beatboxing in a mirror to see how your face looks like when beatboxing, and know whether to cover your face slightly.
  • Practice wherever possible. Because you don't have to have anything but your body, you can practice at home, at work, at school, on the bus, just about anywhere is appropriate. One of the best places to practice is in the bathroom because there are good acoustics and the beats sound a lot better.
  • Periodically take a drink of water to keep your mouth from drying out.
  • Try covering your mouth and nose to get a louder or more acoustic sound when beatboxing with out a microphone.
  • Try to find other beatboxers and beatbox together. It's fun and you can learn things from your new friends.

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