How beatboxers produce sound: Using real-time MRI to understand

Beatboxing is a musical art form in which performers use their vocal tract to create percussive sounds. Sometimes individual beatboxers perform as a part of an ensemble, using their vocal tracts to provide beats for other musicians; other times, beatboxers perform alone, where they might sing and beatbox simultaneously or simply make sounds without singing.

How beatboxers produce sound: Using real-time MRI to understand

Beatboxing is a musical art form in which performers use their vocal tract to create percussive sounds. Sometimes individual beatboxers perform as a part of an ensemble, using their vocal tracts ...

Wed 7 Nov 18 from Phys.org

How beatboxers produce sound: Using real-time MRI to understand, Thu 8 Nov 18 from ScienceDaily

MRI study shows how Beatboxing really works ó and itís crazy

They move their vocal tract in a completely new way.

Wed 7 Nov 18 from ZME Science

Watch people beatbox in an MRI

Wed 7 Nov 18 from Popular Science

Incredible scans reveals how beatboxers create their own LANGUAGE to mimic†

Researchers led by Timothy Greer, a doctoral candidate at the University of Southern California used real-time MRI scans to study the production of beatboxing sounds.

Wed 7 Nov 18 from Daily Mail

Watching People Beatbox in an MRI Machine Will Blow Your Mind

Beatboxers create sounds that "don't exist in any known language," new research reveals. And it looks awesome.

Wed 7 Nov 18 from Livescience

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