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    Default Re: didgeridoo players?

    I have a wide collection of regularly played Didges ranging from the low B to about D#. I also have a multi drone F to low F didge that I constructed myself. I've been playing for several years and love it - I vary between a multitude of different styles and sounds. I mastered circular breathing a couple years ago and can play just about any didge out there. [/end brag]

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    Default Re: didgeridoo players?

    I can play. Mine is PVC. It's tuned to a D. I replaced the rubber mouthpiece with bees wax. If you look in YouTube, there are many videos showing techniques. Since mine isn't very wide, I have more than enough air and have to empty my lungs once in a while or the air goes bad. It sounds very good with saxophone.

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    Default Re: didgeridoo players?

    Quote Originally Posted by wrate View Post
    I cant believe there is only one australian that has posted saying they can play.. i can play
    I can play, sort off, I also have a local contact that makes traditional didgies, boomerangs, paintings etc

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    Default Re: didgeridoo players?

    the aboriginal name is the waka-di as that is the sound produced as you say waka-di waka-di waka-di the circular breathing is inherant in the sound....during the first wa you rush the air into the instrument causing turbulance that allows you to take a breath through your nose......
    a great way to LEARN to circular breath
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    Default Re: didgeridoo players?

    check out cloud9didgeridoos. Beautifully crafted by a friend of mine.

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    Default Re: didgeridoo players?

    I was playing around with Premiere CS5 tonight and made a short video with some of my didgeridoo playing in it:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W47HVzMOxok

    Put together with some video, art and music I did.

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