More beatboxing

a very fast overview

kick drum (b, bf, bs) and high hat (t, ts, tzz) and snare drum (p, ps, psh, pf), etc

high hat

t ts tzz

snare drum

p ps psh pf

crash cymbal

tjj

Beatbox rhythms

Minimal beatbox that sounds like crickets in there

Rap beat

Slow down beatboxing

Beatbox starlets

Abstract sound effects

Shepard tone

Body percussion

it just takes a body and hands

face percussion

festival

GEOPHONY

Water

Three video tutorials and one weblink

Loud water noise

And this is an even more detailed explanation in 5 steps: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Water-Drop-Sound-With-Your-Mouth

INSECTS, FROGS, AMPHIBIA

Flies

Example the sound of flies

12 hours of fly buzz! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFDHHnUPk5Y

MAMMALS

Bumpback whale

a most amazing recording can be heard on this site, february 2004. It sounds like real electroacoustic music

http://www.whalesong.net/index.php/the-whalesong-project/sounds/whale-songs

BIRDS

Budgies

Bird CONTESTS

Piedmont caller contest 2009

03:25: the horned screamer

06:16: the hawaian coot

Cockatiel

Black bellied sandgrouse

04:42

ANTHROPHONY

Telephone sounds

One can choose one’s own telephone sound, just keep checking out the internet. Here’s just a couple:

http://www.audioblocks.com/search/?srch-type=sfx&categories=79&page=2

http://www.dailydot.com/lol/vine-trolling-trick-manfred-hanberg/

An example that human voice can imitate a phone: Michael Winslow in his sketch on phone calls

Also piano’s imitate cell phones:

even birds imitate cell phones

Choirs

References

Pat Burgan Louise Lawler Parmigiani “L’oeil ├ęcoute’ et ‘Mikrokkosmos’ Phil Minton “Feral choir” Ute Wasserman and Felicity Mangan