In this 3-part lesson the student will learn to make a BIDENTAL STOP and an ALVEOLAR FRICATIVE and use them to make three different shaker sounds, which when put into a pattern create the sound of a shaker being shaken.
At the end of this lesson the student will be able to:
(1) Recognise and articulate a BIDENTAL (rear) STOP and an ALVEOLAR FRICATIVE.
(2) Combine a BIDENTAL (rear) STOP with an ALVEOLAR PLOSIVE to create a SHARP SHAKER sound.
(3) Combine a BIDENTAL (rear) FRICATIVE with an ALVEOLAR FRICATIVE to create a SLOW SHAKER sound.
(4) Combine a BIDENTAL (rear) FRICATIVE and the ASPIRATION EFFECTOR to create an EGG SHAKER sound.
(5) Re-create a 4-Sound pattern using the THREE shaker sounds and then repeat the 4-Sound pattern to create a continuous shaker pattern.
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.