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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Google Translate Beatboxing or How to make some serious beats using Google Translate

Did you know that you can use Google Translate to make beats?

 

1. Go to http://translate.google.com/
2. Set the source and destination languages to German (Deutsch)
3. Paste the following where you write the text you want to translate
pv zk pv pv zk pv zk kz zk pv pv pv zk pv zk zk pzk pzk pvzkpkzvpvzk kkkkkk bsch
4. Click "Translate (√úbersetzen)"
5. Hear the result
6. ????????????
7. PROFIT

OR if you are lazy

Click the link
http://translate.google.com/#de|de|pv%20zk%20pv%20pv%20zk%20pv%20zk%20kz%20zk%20pv%20pv%20pv%20zk%20pv%20zk%20zk%20pzk%20pzk%20pvzkpkzvpvzk%20kkkkkk%20bsch%0A%0A

Now you have a beat, all you need to do is pretend you are heartbroken and sing over it throught auto-tune. Congratulations, you are now Kanye West!

To create even more Google Translate Beatbox Magic, use these to create more sounds:

zk = suspended cymbal
bschk = snare
pv = brush
bk = bass
tk = flam1
vk = roll tap
kt = flam2
kttp = flam tap
krp = hi hat tap
pv = short roll
th = better hi hat
thp, ds = instant rimshot.

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