Probably something that some teen with nothing better to do during summer did in their ‘nothing-better-to-do’ summer. They could have taken the time to make Porsche cars facing identity crisis, but instead they go and do this. I’d say that beatboxing is something strictly understandable only for human, and in a very limited number. But now, Google goes and perfect the art of beatboxing with their Google Translate. Funny translation in Google Translate? That’s so yesterday. Now we all go Gaga over Google’s beatboxing in their translation tool. Head to site, select German to German translation, paste in the following bit of gibberish, and press the listen button.
pv zk pv pv zk pv zk kz zk pv pv pv zk pv zk zk pzk pzk pvzkpkzvpvzk kkkkkk bsch
Yes, you’re not limited to this string of notes. Nobody’s stopping you from creating your own beatboxing rhythm now since you’ve got your starting notes. Writing a music score on a paper? That’s so grade 5 of year 1995. Kids these days write songs using Google!