“I’m trying my best,” Greg Gevajanyan said into the microphone in his white headphones. Seven o’clock in the morning, and he is still in bed, at the head of the bed – the BMW M badge.
– I have my voice. He stops, closes his lips. “Invv. Aand I have a language: ррррррр. Combine the two in a perfect major-third interval and you get two tones, ”he says. – So: baa, daaHe sings. “You see how it is.” [are] two sites? “
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Then it’s the V-10 engine. It mimics the sound of its crankshaft spinning at about 3,000 rpm as if it were preparing for start-control.
Gevajanyan’s account in TikTok, @ mr.carsounds, is approaching two and a half million subscribers. If the Burbank native doesn’t mimic the sounds of our favorite cars in headphones, he’s studying mechanical engineering at the University of Southern California. His next move? Become a full-time YouTube person.
“If I keep the same interval and go up an octave, you get it a [Lamborghini] Hurricane“he says.” If I don’t add my lips, it is E60 BMW M5“He simulates a sedan with a V-10 engine, using his finger to simulate a tachometer – Gevajanyan fans notice that he often does this in his videos on TikTok. After we protested Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS with a capacity of 493 litersGevajanyan restored the sound of the start-control, which overclocked the Porsche with an average engine to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.
Gevajanyan often records his videos either in the garage late at night or in the bathroom. While these places may seem strange to a 20-year-old, each offers the acoustics needed to make the most of Gevajanyan’s talent.
“The best video I have on the Internet is me sitting on the ground in a garage and making car noises,” he says. Gevajanyan even provided a video audition America has talent in the shower by putting the phone in the shampoo holder.
In a video audition, he mimics a Lamborghini Huracán, Subaru WRX (to showcase its turbo sounds), Porsche Carrera GT, Mazda RX-7 and Toyota Supra. “We need to put on a show,” he says. Thus, for Huracán it mimics the use of large switching oars. Or if it mimics the sounds of the Japanese right-hand drive market, such as the RX-7 or Suprahe watches the transition with his left hand.
Different engines require different methods, be it a turbocharged six-cylinder or a high-speed waterless V-10. “Viper’s cheeks are full, very deep,” he says. In some of his videos, he even teaches his viewers to make the sounds he makes. One shows how to mimic the hum of a turbocharger, including a clear one shu tu tu sound his waste does.
“[Lexus] LFA V-10The Carrera GT even fires at ultra-high revs, “he says. To do this, he removes the headphones and brings the microphone to his mouth.” Same thing, but an octave up. “
When he plays with his friends and gets inspired to make a video, he tells his friends that he should go to the bathroom. “They’ll say, ‘Well, it works,'” he says, laughing.
After watching his video listening, America has talent addressed Gevajanyan for a personal speech. While he waits for the opportunity to bring his talents to the TV screen, Gevajanyan continues to upload new content to his TikTok account, where his videos continue to garner hundreds of thousands of views and appear in TikTok users ’feeds around the world. .
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