Buccal Plosive

tongue to cheek

Buccal Plosive

Description

[component-1] Cheek
Plus
[component-2] Tongue

A Buccal Plosive is made between the Tongue and the Cheek. Buccal Plosives in beatboxing are usually made with one or both side(s) of the tongue towards the base of the tongue. The side of the tongue is pressed against the cheek, stopping airflow, then suddenly released to produce the sound.

Place of Articulation

The following diagram shows where the Buccal Plosive is made in the mouth.

Watch the video...

Oops!

No video is currently available for this iconophonic.

Sounds

The Buccal Plosive is used in the following sounds:

Aha Clap

Industrial Clap

Blue Clap

Tom Clap

Metal Clang

Classic Inward Handclap

Ricochet Clap

Thin Clap

Reggae Click

Classic Handclap

Dyno Snare

606 Clap

Squeezer Clap

Soft Clap

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.