First of all, we need to introduce didgeridoo to resonate. It bring out basic sound. We attach mouth ahead or sideways into the mouthpiece. Then we try a long exhaling push the air through lips loosened. Should appear that the basic sound, you feel it deeply because vibrations bring resonance entire head. The method of blowing air in the didgeridoo, resembles an imitation snorting horse :) what most of us know how to do it.
Modulation of sound is a simple matter if we know how to bring out basic sound. At the beginning is two basic ways of modulation: 1) During playing the basic sound, move horizontally tongue into side of the teeth and back (forward - backward) on change. We should get a sound called Boomerang. 2) Vigorous movements the cheeks pushing air should produce a sound called Kangaroo Combining these two techniques we obtain a simple possibility of modulation, which allows you to create interesting arrangements.
Once you have learned the basic tone, modulation, if you have no difficulty with it then the next step is learning the pernamentny breath. This is pulling air while playing so as not to interrupt the sound. Here can occur problems with circular breathing because it requires concentration and perseverance but once learned becomes automatic. After about a few weeks of training we achieve efficiency and sense of rhythm breaths. While at first you will hear a short break resonance and difficulties re-entry into resonance, but it is worth to be persistent because as we master the rhythms breaths, you can play tens of minutes or longer without interruption.
Vocal techniques and mimicking animal sounds and create rhythms.
With the didgeridoo you can emit various sounds, the amount depends on your imagination and willingness to experiment with creating different sounds like a beatbox way or so. The chanting voices for example: uuuuuuu, iiiiiiii, yyyy, riii ect. or rhythmically kukukurukuruku or tutututu into different heights vocal range, gives you interesting results. This leads to acquire skills of speaking words or creating mantras while playing. Relatively is easy for the creation of wordplay didzeriduuuuuuu, rududidzi etc. The way intonation of words and their proper selection to build a subliminal suggestions. About which I wrote in the "Magic didgeridoo" Here are a few examples of traditional sound:
Combining the different syllables or words and other sounds like a beatbox, gives us unlimited possibilities for creating rhythms.
A good example is my song
To efficiently create rhythms, your vocal cords have to get used to. When it happens will begin a new stage for the player, and countless possibilities of improvisation. And my last advice to you is do not give up if you do not comes out beginnings are always hard and remember that practice makes perfect.
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