In this 6-part lesson the student will learn to make alveolar plosives – sounds made with the tip of the tongue and the alveolar ridge. They will then develop several sounds to use in a hip-hop beat pattern.
At the end of this lesson the student will be able to:
(1) Recognise and articulate an Alveolar Plosive, explaining the anatomical term Alveolar Ridge.
(2) Combine an Alveolar Plosive with tight, forced, and aspirated effectors to create a range of D-Kick and 808 Snare Drum sounds.
(3) Control airflow through the mouth and nose using a Velar Stop and Nasopharyngeal Stop, and explain how they are combined to hold breath with the mouth still open.
(4) Recognise and articulate a Bidental (rear) Fricative and apply it to add noise to D-Kick and 808 Snare Drum sounds.
(5) Re-create a beat pattern with four different sounds, and span a single sound over two beats in a bar or measure.
BZZKTT Version 8.2 • © 2015-2020 Gavin ‘Beatbox’ Tyte (aka TyTe) • All Rights Reserved
BZZKTT is kindly hosted by Alex Tearse from Reefnet.
Special thanks to Alex Tearse, Paul Arnett, Michael Wyatt, Tyler Thompson, Helen Tyte, David ‘Goznet’ Gosnell, and Jerusalem Productions.