What are your favorite beatbox tutorials?

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    Jon Park

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    Hi beatbox family.

    We have a tutorials section on HUMANBEATBOX.COM and want to include some more! Which beatbox tutorials are your favorite?

    Jon Park

    R u enjoy?



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    I try not to rely on tutorials too much, but when I can’t get a sound myself, I usually go to the old Looperman videos on YouTube. He has hundreds of tutorials, so for any (old) sound you want to learn, he’s really the first place to check.

    For newer sounds I really like TylaDubya’s tutorials. He doesn’t have many yet, but I like the way he explains things. Using his tutorial I got liprolls and the sub bass in just 2 days. Check him out on YT, see if you like his vids.


    Tryin to make a change :-\

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    Tutorials are great for everyone to be honest.

    My fav’s are TylaDubya’s , Rubik’s , and Kazu’s.


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    Track IX’s my go-to. The way she’s able to break down and explain sounds is superrrr helpful.

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