Discussion in 'Performing Arts' started by seaweedyness, May 30, 2006.

  1. seaweedyness

    seaweedyness Member

    I posted this in the wrong forum before, so if this is your second time seeing it, my apologies.

    I just bought a didgeridoo on Saturday, and I'm trying to teach myself how to play. Any tips from other didgeridoo players would be wonderful [​IMG]

    I can already make the mouth motions and get a few different sounding basic drones. I read about circular breathing, but i can't seem to get it quite right. Does it take a long time to get it right?
  2. Nalencer

    Nalencer Dig Yourself

    They can install a tube between your lungs, so it goes down your neckhole, into one lung, over to the other and back out. Circular enough?
  3. seaweedyness

    seaweedyness Member

    nope. i wants my own natural air-hole :)
  4. dd3stp233

    dd3stp233 -=--=--=-

    Circular breathing takes practice, just keep trying until you get it right. It's not the easiest thing to do. You can also practice the technique with a glass of water and a straw. Put the straw in the water and blow bubbles. Do the circular breathing technique and try to blow the bubbles continuously without stopping. It is easier then learning it on a didj.

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