Make Google beatbox by hacking Translate

GregJohnson May 8, 2012 0
Make Google beatbox by hacking Translate

How did you spend your bank holiday weekend?

Depending on how much you enjoy the post below, Berlin based DJ and producer, Adam Port, either has too much time on his hands or spent his Monday in one of the most strangely productive manners possible.

He managed to hack Google Translate into beatboxing, a fun little trick that you too can replicate in about five minutes.

All you need to do is head over to Google Translate and copy the text below into the first field, setting the language to translate from as German.

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Then press the listen button, sit back and enjoy!