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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>
Beatbox Vocal Scratch
Beatboxer Andrew Gutterson demonstrates how to do the beatbox vocal scratch.
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Andrew Gutterson: Hey, what's up? My name is Andrew Gutterson from Beatboxer Entertainment. Today, I am going to be teaching you how to beatbox.
The sound that I will be teaching you right now is the beatbox Vocal Scratch. Now what it is -- it sounds like this. That's the vocal scratch. In order to do that noise, what you do is you say the word 'Evra'. Now, what you do is you put in a false set of words and then you squeeze your vocal cords, you squeeze your voice box so that creates a tighter sound. Now what you do in order to get a faster scratch is you take it and you do it faster. I can do it whichever way you want, so you can start with 'Evra' and you can put in different words, different voices. You can do like 'Hello'. You can slow it down too. You can do and that is done by taking your voice and just making it lower which will give it a slowing effect. So again, the 'Evra' scratch or the Vocal Scratch goes like this. Then you can slow it down by making your voice lower while doing it. That's the beatbox Vocal Scratch.