Google’s translation service, aptly named Google Translate, may be hit. Not sure if this falls in the category of Easter Egg or clever manipulation, but either way, there go our afternoons: Redditor harrichr has devised. In the following example, you’ll be able to hear a man beatboxing, courtesy of Google Translate.
Simply go to the website and paste the below. I know that after seeing 8 Mile for the first time, you and your friends tried a few freestyles yourself. For reasons inexplicable, a "Today I Learned" thread on Reddit has turned into how to make Google Translate beatbox for you, among other. Go to Google Translate Set the language to translate from as German Paste this into the box: pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk pv zk bschk pv zk.
Copy and paste this into the translate box: pv zk pv. Google Translate’s pronunciations may or may not impress you, but the thing’s got some beatboxing skills. This web page is inspired by harrichr’s Reddit post on using Google Translate to beatbox. I got the notations for the beats from iamdave’s YCombinater post. Google’s free service instantly translates words, phrases, and web pages between English and over 100 other languages. Record your own voice, beats, sounds, and add effects before sequencing the sounds into a rhythm. Get the Pro version for more sound effects.
Beatboxing is a kind of vocal percussion used in hip hop music. Nevíme, kdo tyhle kraviny vymýšlí, ale je to boží!
Copy and paste the following into Google Translate to make google translate beatbox. The copy and paste phrase is below: pv zk bschk pv zk. It might be an old trick, but we just learned on Geekosystem that you can make Google Translate beatbox for you.