Traditional Aboriginal didgeridoos are made from trees that have been hollowed out by termites. Finishing work to smooth out surfaces and decorate the didgeridoo would soon follow. Lucky for you, you don't have to spend lots of money or find a hollowed out tree to create a did ...more
These are simple instructions on how to construct a PVC didgeridoo. You must work in a well ventilated area as you are dealing with heat and PVC fumes. You need a heat gun, pipe clamp, screwdriver, pipe cutter, dremel, PVC pipe, buffing bit and bucket of water. This is a detai ...more
Watch this music video tutorial to learn how to make a didgeridoo, or didjeridu, out of agave. This instructional video will allow you to use an agave trunk to make your own didgeridoo using a process that is involved and not for beginners. Part 1 of 3 - How to Make an agave d ...more
Circular breathing will enable you to play your didgeridoo continuously. In this movie we'll show you how easy it is by breaking the process down in to small simple steps. You can see more information on the 'How to Play Didgeridoo' section of our website, including details of ...more
Interested in learning how to play the didgeridoo? If so, this video lesson may prove a good place to begin. This tutorial will walk you through the rudiments of didgeridoo playing, including tonal techniques for varying the pitch, volume and timbre of your didge. For more inf ...more
This is a tutorial on how to make a $2.00 didgeridoo. Redneck style out of ABS pipe, this homemade musical instrument is a fun project. This is constructed using chemicals that are caustic and possibly harmful. Only practice in a well ventilated area. Build a homemade redneck ...more
This music tutorial video shows how to make a didgeridoo, an aboriginal instrument, out of a PVC pipe, beeswax, and other household materials. Making and playing your own didgeridoo will be easy with the instructions in this helpful how-to video. Part 1 of 3 - How to Make and ...more
Here we introduce two easy to learn rhythms for the didgeridoo student. There is also some advice on developing your own rhythms too!
Perhaps you want to replace the beeswax mouthpiece on your didgeridoo, or you might want to tune your didgeridoo mouthpiece to your preferred size, well here's the full information in order to do so!
Learn how to play the Australian didgeridoo with basic and advanced techniques such as proper embouchure and circular breathing with expert instrument instruction in this free online music video series about Australian instruments. Part 1 of 12 - How to Play the didgeridoo. Pl ...more
This shows you how to make a didgeridoo, the Australian tribal instrument, out of PVC pipe.
Watch this music how-to video to learn how to make your own didgeridoo out of agave using the fire drilling method. This tutorial video on how to make a didgeridoo is not for beginners, as it involves chopping down the agave tree yourself and does not provide spoken instructio ...more
You can embellish the basic drone sound of the didgeridoo by using your voice. If we liken the basic drone to the canvas for our musical expression, then your voice is the paint you use to colour that sound. We always advise warming up your voice first so that you do not strai ...more
In this lesson we explain how you can make the basic drone sound on a didgeridoo. We then show you how your drone can be further refined.
Here we demonstrate how you can use your tongue to begin to make basic rhythms.
Lesson one of ten on how to play the didgeridoo from www.yirdaki.com! This is a five part series until the last five segments are finished. Part 1 of 5 - How to Play a didgeridoo. Part 2 of 5 - How to Play a didgeridoo. Part 3 of 5 - How to Play a didgeridoo. Part 4 of 5 - ...more
Often considered the world’s oldest wind instrument, the didgeridoo originated among the Aboringine tribes of Australia. It looks like a simple wood tube, but by vibrating their lips, players can produce harmonic resonances which result in the instruments distinctive droning s ...more
This is a tutorial on how to make a $2.00 didgeridoo. This musical instrument is made Redneck style out of ABS pipe. The Digeridoo is an Australian wind instrument. This one is a non-traditional plastic version.
This is a short film recorded to discuss how to do the multiphonics on a sousaphone. For more information on the circular breathing search for didgeridoo movies
A basic instruction video on how to play the didgeridoo.
Create primitive fire with these survival tricks and tips. Enjoy the didgeridoo in the background!
I for one, doubted the existence of circular breathing. Come on. Breathing in, while also breathing out. That seems as impossible as perpetual motion or urinating while drinking. I stand corrected. This tutorial really tells you how to breathe circularly. And if you still ar ...more
Musical instruments are lots of fun but boy, they sure ain't cheap. Dennis Havlena (the internet's true DIY instrument king) demonstrates some dedicated yankee ingenuity with his homemade alternatives (aka poor man's instruments). Dennis has created hundreds of hybrid, folksy ...more