Posted: Monday, January 20, 2014 in
We’ve just put the finishing touches on our new video of the shop that gives you a sneak peek at some of the things that happen down at Didge HQ and a bit of a tour, click the play button below and check it out!
Watch directly on Youtube:
Special thanks to the guys at
Photography Project who produced this video for us.
Posted: Thursday, November 29, 2012 in
William slipped into old Fremantle town to play a couple of private concerts last week. He was without a didge and so he borrowed an ellswood didgeridoo for the shows. He even gave us a little video of his playing style, super strong and fast!!! We also had a good chat about some of his new music and a CD coming out soon and the possibility of a show/workshop early next year!! 🙂 We will let you all know closer to the date if we can sort this out, fingers crossed for that one!!. So here is the video and a link to Williams website. Enjoy and happy didgin’
Posted: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 in
Info & Education
Check out this lesson from the premium members are at
Didgeridoo Dojo – here Sanshi demonstrates how to work eggshakers into your didgeridoo playing. Lesson goals
Get comfortable with shaking the egg shaker to keep an even rhythm
Be able to accent the main beat in the egg shaker sound
Play the didgeridoo rhythm “dida (B) dida (B)” while keeping the rhythm on your shaker
This is a new co-ordination so it’s ok if it feels very difficult to begin with
Be sure to practice just with the shaker to get comfortable before adding your didgeridoo playing
Keep your arm really relaxed to make shaking easier and feel more comfortable
Experiment with the speed of the playing & shaking to find what speed feels to easiest to practice
Try and lock into the accented beat. Focus matching up your didgeridoo timing with the main beats
Posted: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 in
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New videos from Jeremy Donovans amazing concert right here at Didgeridoo Breath, March 10th 2011 It was a great night of story telling and of course didgeridoo playing. I f you are interested in Jeremy Donovan’s albums you can find them on our website or in our shop.
Posted: Wednesday, April 6, 2011 in
Info & Education
Today we take you down to our local beach to show you a great practice technique to build up your didgeridoo playing strength and stamina.
You can try this in the ocean, in a bucket of water or in your bathtub. Have fun!
Posted: Monday, November 22, 2010 in
If you couldn’t make it to the recent Wild Marmalade concert at Didgeridoo Breath, worry not, we have some videos and photos here for you to see.
It was a brilliant concert with lots of fun, dancing and of course… rocking didgeridoo playing and drums.
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Posted: Monday, November 15, 2010 in
How to do the tooting/overtone/horns (whatever you want to call them) technique on didgeridoo.
Sanshi shows us how in this video. Good luck with the practice, see how comfortable you can get with this technique as we have 2 more follow up videos coming soon.
Posted: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 in
We were recently honored to have Japanese didgeridoo player, Smily, fly all the way to Oz just to visit us!
He is an incredible didge player and taugh us some great tricks.
He also picked up a couple of new didges for himself.
Enjoy this video of Smily playing didgeridoo beatbox style