So like, you know the snare, the inward K snare is a, it's a sound if that is used for definitely like when you're breathing in, so like us a lot of beat boxers don't like to hit (sigh), you know what I'm saying? is a little idea and note the T and the K, you know would just (beating). You know what I mean, and you know going inward with it (beating). You know what I'm saying so you can actually like just breathing in. Instead of going out (beating, you can breathe it (beating)you know and you know the tongue is in the same place(beating)you know what I mean. Everything is they just you know just going, when you're about to say you go (beating) you know. Watch out 'cause you might just do something like that (beating) you know. But it's new is like you know when you're sitting there like dropping some beat like (beating) you know what I mean, so like you know that's the Inward K. I actually like using the regular breathe myself you know and don't normally use it. I think that like you know it is great for beat rhyming when I know without the inward K but I incorporate it in there from time to time toward in there but yeah I think it's something good for you know when you're doing dance music you know what I mean. Stuff like that it's really thought to be how to use the inward type.