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In this lesson, we introduce you to double tonguing. This allows you to play new sounds and is a great technique to speed up your playing

In this lesson, we introduce you to double tonguing. This allows you to play new sounds and is a great technique to speed up your playing

How To Play the Didgeridoo - Videos, Lessons & Much More!

How To Play the Didgeridoo - Videos, Lessons & Much More!

Before we start playing, here is some useful information about how to hold the didgeridoo, the best places to play and the different sounds that each unique didgeridoo can make.

Before we start playing, here is some useful information about how to hold the didgeridoo, the best places to play and the different sounds that each unique didgeridoo can make.

Every didge player wants to be able to do a great kookaburra. We show you how to play an AMAZING kookaburra using a combination of techniques. Warning: this is challenging!

Every didge player wants to be able to do a great kookaburra. We show you how to play an AMAZING kookaburra using a combination of techniques. Warning: this is challenging!

The better your drone sounds, the less air you will be using. The 30 second challenge will test how much air it takes to play your didgeridoo

The better your drone sounds, the less air you will be using. The 30 second challenge will test how much air it takes to play your didgeridoo

Didgeridoo Dojo - The Most Comprehensive "How to Play Didgeridoo" Resour...

Didgeridoo Dojo - The Most Comprehensive "How to Play Didgeridoo" Resour...

Today's Featured Lesson: Beginner - Didgeridoo Preview  You can make great sound changes by actually miming the name of the instrument itself… “didgeridoo”. In this lesson we also show you how to use this technique to play your first rhythm.  Watch on YouTube:   See more notes at: https://www.didgeridoodojo.com/beginner-didgeridoo-lessons/tongue-mouth-shapes/didgeridoo

Today's Featured Lesson: Beginner - Didgeridoo Preview You can make great sound changes by actually miming the name of the instrument itself… “didgeridoo”. In this lesson we also show you how to use this technique to play your first rhythm. Watch on YouTube: See more notes at: https://www.didgeridoodojo.com/beginner-didgeridoo-lessons/tongue-mouth-shapes/didgeridoo

In this lesson, we show you how to play an exciting rhythm by combining the wobble breathing technique with harmonic variation

In this lesson, we show you how to play an exciting rhythm by combining the wobble breathing technique with harmonic variation

Us didge players can too easily get caught up with wanting to play faster and faster and more and more technical. While this is great and a lot of fun, it can be really rewarding to put all this aside and play some high quality, but simple didgeridoo. This lesson is all about doing as little as possible, the best you can

Us didge players can too easily get caught up with wanting to play faster and faster and more and more technical. While this is great and a lot of fun, it can be really rewarding to put all this aside and play some high quality, but simple didgeridoo. This lesson is all about doing as little as possible, the best you can

In this lesson, we challenge you to play your didgeridoo for 60 second using a single breath. This goes beyond what is needed to play a good drone, but it sure is a great feeling when you achieve it

In this lesson, we challenge you to play your didgeridoo for 60 second using a single breath. This goes beyond what is needed to play a good drone, but it sure is a great feeling when you achieve it

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