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The Orchestra in my mouth

In his TED Talk, Tom Thum demonstrates the incredible range of sounds he can create with his mouth. Using only his lips, tongue, and voice, he can recreate the sounds of a variety of instruments, including drums, guitars, and even violins.

Thum's beatboxing is not just impressive from a technical standpoint. It is also incredibly creative and expressive. He uses his mouth to create a wide range of sounds, from the percussive beats of a drum machine to the soaring melodies of a violin.

In addition to his beatboxing, Thum also discusses the power of music to connect people. He tells the story of how he used music to connect with his father, who was a drummer. Thum's story is a reminder that music can be a powerful force for good, and that it can help us to connect with others in meaningful ways.

I was particularly impressed by Thum's ability to create such a wide range of sounds with his mouth. He was able to recreate the sounds of drums, guitars, violins, and even a choir. I was also really touched by his story about how he used music to connect with his father. It was a reminder of the power of music to bring people together.

I think Thum's TED Talk is a great inspiration for anyone who is interested in music or beatboxing. It shows that with creativity and practice, anyone can create something amazing with their mouth.

I would like to end this blog by sharing a quote from Thum's TED Talk:

"Music is a language that everyone understands. It's a way of expressing yourself that doesn't require any words. And it's a way of connecting with people from all walks of life."

-Ansh Sharma

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