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About Grey Matter: He has been beatboxing for 5 years, during which he has performed with his a capella group the Muhlenberg Dynamics, and has also performed with Beatboxer Entertainment. If you have any questions about beatboxing you can feel free to contact him via E-mail or Phone<div>About Beatboxer Entertainment: BBE is an evolving media and entertainment company founded by Terry Lewis. BBE has been involved in the entertainment business for almost 5 years and has transformed into a popular form of national entertainment today. The company is headquartered in New York City with offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Connecticut, Tennessee, Georgia, Canada, and in 2008 will open offices in Mexico. Beatboxer Entertainment is organized around four main initiatives: Content provider for Live Entertainment, BBE provides companies with the best live entertainment for festivals, corporate events, college events, tours, and more. Content Provider for Digital Media, which consists of online advertising, ecommerce, broadband and mobile services. BBE Consumer Products, which consists of the sale of T-shirts, books and other consumer products including home video products.</div>
How to Beatbox
Beatboxer Andrew Gutterson demonstrates basic beatbox techniques, including snare, scratch, bass and techno beats.
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Andrew Gutterson:Hey, my name is Andrew Gutterson from Beatboxer Entertainment. Today, I will be teaching you how to beatbox. I will be teaching you some very basic beats. The first beat will be a bass beat which sounds like this. I will be teaching you inward and outward snares which sound like this. I will be teaching you different bass beats such as Throat Bass.
I will be teaching you the Techno Bass beat. I will be teaching you different scratches, which is the chewy scratch which sounds like this and the vocal scratch which you heard earlier but sounds like this. I am going to be teaching you how to the hi-hat which sounds -- or the closed hi-hat and the open hi-hat. So the closed hi-hat sounds like this and the open hi-hat sounds like this and at the end of my series I am going to be showing you how they all come together to make a beat. What are you going to need to beatbox is you are going to need your mouth, you need a glass a water and your own creativity.
A little bit about me, I have been beatboxing for about five years. I beatboxed with my group of my college and I have also beatboxed with the well known beatboxer, the godfather, who is known as Rahzel. So now let's get started with me teaching you how to beatbox.