Identifying a Sound

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    fuapaw

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    Hello Everyone!

    I’ve been beatboxing for a while, but there’s a sound that I have never been able to really identify (and as a result, cannot do). It sounds kind of like the toms of a drum set, I think? I provided links to videos of beatboxers doing this sound in their routine below.

    https://youtu.be/nTXtOVaCaOU?t=1m19s (at the 1m 20sec mark)

    https://youtu.be/hrpXEpPu0GE?t=47s (from the 47sec mark to the 51sec mark)

    Are they just doing fast tk’s? I considered that possibility, but I feel like the timbre is a bit different… Maybe I’m just imagining things? Anyway, I would really appreciate it if somebody were willing to take the time to help me out.




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    Jon Park

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    Hey there! So it seems like KRNFX is doing a combination like b-t-b-t-k-k. It sounds different because of the mic’s distortion. Hope it helps and good luck!

    Jon Park

    R u enjoy?

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    fuapaw

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    Thank you so much! This really helped me out a lot!

    So I have been watching some beatbox videos, and I’ve found another sound that I can’t identify. I’ve tried to go through the list of sounds on this website, but I still am a bit confused. It sounds a bit like the Rhino Snare, but at the same time, it kind of doesn’t? Maybe? I don’t know… Here is the video: https://youtu.be/xrqC5GJePQg?t=6m24s

    The sound appears in a beat that happens from 6 min 24 sec to 6 min 29 sec.

    If it is the Rhino Snare, then how is he making the two consecutive sounds with different pitch?

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