Posts Tagged ‘music’

Disco in your Mouth! The Physics of Beatboxing

Beatboxers in their natural habitat. Photo: Flickr/Ksenia Novikova/Aktiv I Oslo, Creative Commons.

Mmbff. Chck. Mmbff. Phshhhhhhhh. Okay, so we’re not the best beatboxers around. But the physics of it have always intrigued us. Whatever music you like, you’ve probably come across a beatboxer. You know, the guy who’s practically eating his microphone while he’s laying down oral beats that pull the music together.

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