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Method 2 of Develop and practice your base drone apart from your didj. The base drone is the foundation upon which all didj sounds are built.

You will keep droning, even as you add other sounds to the mix. Relax your lips and blow through them causing them to vibrate. This will be similar to, but not exactly, like a brass musician preparing to play.

Your lips will need to be a bit looser than a trumpet players. It may be helpful to practice in front of a mirror.

Place your lips on the didj. When you feel like you can hold your drone for 20 seconds or so, go ahead and put your mouth against the opening of your didgeridoo.

Your lips should lay firmly, but not inflexible, against the mouthpiece. Some people prefer to play from the side of their mouth. Warm up the wax until it is malleable, add it to the rim, and adjust to create an opening hole.

Keep in mind that the larger the hole, the more air that is required to play. Most people learning using a 3cm diameter center hole. Tighten or loosen your lips.

Once you begin your drone, you can alter the sound by consciously altering the tension in your lips. The sound will also give you feedback.

For example, if your lips are too tight then the didj will emit a higher, trumpeting sound. Drop your jaw and move away from a smile to hear a more soothing tone in a lower register.

Engage your tongue and cheeks. Tap your tongue on your teeth. Quickly push your tongue against the roof of your mouth. Wave your tongue from side to side in your mouth.

Allow your cheeks to puff out a bit with extra air. Alternate cheeks for additional sound changes. Be careful to continue your base drone as you make these adjustments.

Make all of these movements quickly and methodically. If you linger too long on any one movement, you could possibly kill off your drone by stopping the air flow.

Involve your diaphragm. The diaphragm is a muscle that helps to push air in and out of your lungs. The diaphragm is powerful and can create short bursts of air that will, in turn, create a pulsing sound in your didj.

You can do this softly or forcefully. Experiment with unique vocalizations. Keep a steady drone and then get creative with your tones and sounds.

It is also quite common to make animal sounds on the didj. Try a bark for dingo. Method 3 of Pay attention to your current breathing patterns.

Sit down and take a handful of deep breaths. Focus in on how the air flows through your body and how you exhale. Do you naturally inhale with your mouth?

Do you automatically exhale through your nose? As you head toward a nose-centered breathing technique this will help you to identify your strengths and weaknesses.

Understand the mechanics of circular breathing. The goal is to maintain a continual, uninterrupted air supply while playing the didgeridoo.

You will pull air in with your nose while simultaneously pushing air out through your mouth into the didj mouthpiece. You will also continue to drone throughout this process.

They should both feel as if they are never empty and consistently in motion. Establishing a rhythm is important here.

That will empty your lungs and stop the drone. Instead, slowly push the air out of your mouth mimicking the same motion as you would when spitting out water.

Practice circular breathing with water. Before you are ready to hit the didj, you need to practice. Get a straw and a glass of water.

Place the straw in the water and put your lips the tip of the straw. Inhale through your nose while blowing bubbles in the water.

Try to keep the bubbles constant as they represent the constancy of your drone. Repeat this multiple times a day until it becomes easy. Then, slowly spit the water out of your mouth.

Inhale through your nose as you do this. Your tongue should keep you from gagging or swallowing the water. It is easy to practice this one in the shower.

Practice circular breathing with inflated cheeks. Without the didj, simulate your breathing movements. Breath in until your cheeks are full.

Keep inhaling through your nose as you push the air out of your mouth. Be controlled in these movements. Find your breathing rhythm with the didj.

Apply your circular breathing techniques when playing the didgeridoo. Avoid incorporating any extra sounds until you have a good handle on the breathing.

If your breath is holding steady, the didj will sound steady and full of air as well. It is generally one of the more frustrating parts of learning to play the didgeridoo.

Keep working on your breathing but recognize that you can still play the didj without holding long notes. Enhance your lung capacity.

Inhale in a controlled manner until your lungs feel full. Hold this air in for one second before exhaling slowing until your lungs feel totally drained.

Pause for a second and repeat. Do this exercise for minutes every day and you will see results. Method 4 of Keep practicing.

As it is with any instrument, practice is key when learning the didj. Play as often as you can. Challenge yourself with new sounds and holding positions.

Gather up an audience and play for them and get feedback. Once you gain the confidence even an open-mic night becomes a possibility.

Record yourself. If you are not comfortable playing for others face-to-face, you can record your sounds and place them online at a didj forum. If you post a clip you could receive feedback from other players.

Or, you could record your playing simply for yourself as a way to self-critique. Take a class. To receive more in-depth instruction, enroll in an online class or take a course at your local college, if offered.

These classes often incorporate the history of the didj as well, which can add another layer to your experience. Coil the beeswax around the mouthpiece, then mold the beeswax into a comfortable shape and it will harden, creating an airtight seal.

You can adjust the size of the center hole depending on how much air you'd like to push through the mouthpiece.

These adjustments can even be made mid-play as the wax will soften due to the heat from your lips. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 5. Making a didgeridoo out of bamboo is a somewhat more difficult and more expensive task than using plastic pipe, but the woody bamboo has better tonal qualities.

You might want to make a didgeridoo from plastic pipe before tackling a bamboo didgeridoo. Try to find Chinese bamboo, if possible.

Chinese bamboo is stronger and denser than other varieties. There are a number of sources for bamboo; the easiest and most economical source I have found is at local plant and tree nurseries.

Plant and tree nurseries frequently sell large bamboo pieces for use as tree stakes; you can find pieces typically 3 to 5 meters feet in length.

Inspect each piece carefully before you buy it; make sure the piece is free of cracks for a great enough length to make a didgeridoo, and that the piece seems to be fully dried.

Most bamboo pieces will develop small, short, hairline cracks in various places as they dry out. Apart from a tube of some sort, the only other material you'll need to make a didgeridoo is some beeswax to make a mouthpiece.

Use only pure beeswax; other waxes may cause skin irritation or contain additives harmful to human health.

You will be holding your lips against this mouthpiece, remember. If possible, use food-grade beeswax sold for use by people who can their own fruits and vegetables; beeswax is sometimes used to seal jars of fruit preserves.

Otherwise, most hardware stores sell cakes of pure beeswax for use as wood polish rubbing beeswax into wood gives it a glossy, waterproof finish.

You'll also need an equivalent amount of beeswax to melt in order to provide a foundation for your mouthpiece, and to later seal the completed mouthpiece into place.

Once you have acquired the basic materials for your didgeridoo - some sort of tube and some beeswax - you're ready to get started constructing your didgeridoo.

The following paragraphs first describe how to make a plastic didgeridoo, and then describe how to make a bamboo didgeridoo.

Later sections describe how to apply a mouthpiece, and how to tune your didgeridoo. Always wear eye protection, even when working with hand tools; the smallest chip or splinter can ruin your vision, even if it doesn't enter your eye with much force.

Make sure that fingers and other body parts are away from the path of your cutting tools, especially make sure your fingers will be out of the way if your tool slips.

Make sure you read and understand the manufacturer's instructions accompanying any tools you use; follow all manufacturer's safety recommendations.

Following these directions involves carrying out activities that are fairly dangerous, involving sharp tools and flammable substances, and could result in serious injury or even death.

If you undertake to follow the procedures set forth here, you must do so at your own risk, assuming all liability for injury or damage.

After you have cut the plastic tubing to its rough length, it's desirable to wash the tubing inside and out. Fill a bathtub with enough warm water to completely submerge the tube.

Wash the tube inside and out with dishwashing detergent. To wash the inside of the pipe, fold a sponge over the end of a broom handle or any rod long enough to extend through the full length of the tube and tie it securely in place.

Run the sponge on the end of the rod through the pipe several times to remove any dirt from the inside of the tube. To build your plastic didgeridoo, you'll need the following tools:.

To make the didgeridoo, follow these steps if your pipe was cut at the hardware store, start with step 3 :. Measure and mark an appropriate length of pipe, between cm inches long.

Using the hacksaw, cut the pipe. It doesn't matter whether or not you cut the pipe exactly square, though get as close as you can.

Use the file and knife to smooth both ends of the cut tube, removing any rough edges and fuzzy stuff left over from cutting. Follow the instructions in Adding a Mouthpiece to apply a beeswax mouthpiece to the tube.

If you wish, follow the instructions in Tuning a Didgeridoo to tune your didgeridoo to a specific concert pitch. If you want to paint your plastic tube didgeridoo, or simply get rid of the markings which are printed on the outside of the pipe, you will need to sand the outside of the pipe.

Paints will not adhere to the smooth plastic surface, and the printing cannot be washed off as it actually penetrates into the plastic.

To sand the plastic surface, use grit wet-or-dry sandpaper. Sand the outside of the pipe by hand, while holding it under water.

Doing the sanding under water is very important. The plastics from which the pipe is made have a very low melting point.

If you don't do the sanding under water completely submerged the sandpaper will fill up clog instantly, and the surface of the pipe will gall from the friction heat of the sanding process.

Flaring the end of the tube the end opposite the mouthpiece gives the finished didgeridoo a fuller sound, and makes it look more like a finished instrument.

See Figure and notice the bell-shaped flare on the white plastic didgeridoo. It is best to flare the end of the plastic tube after you have cleaned, sanded, and tuned the didgeridoo.

To flare the end of the plastic tube, you will need:. The basic procedure to flare the end of the plastic tube is to heat the tube until it begins to get soft, then press it down over a forming object.

Follow these steps:. Hold the end of the pipe in the heat, about 6 inches away. If you are using an open flame such as a propane torch with flame spreader DO NOT hold the pipe directly in the flame — the plastic will start to burn, which is very very bad!

Turn rotate the pipe continuously, so that the end heats evenly. Use a thick oven mitt or other heat-resistant glove to give the heated end a quick squeeze from time to time to test whether the plastic has begun to soften.

When the end of the pipe gets kind of squishy, quickly press it down over the bottle. You'll have to press quite hard. The softened end of the tube will deform over the bottle neck, making the tube flare outwards.

Hold the pipe against the bottle with firm pressure until the plastic cools enough to retain the flare shape. When flaring the end of the plastic tube, keep in mind that you working with open flame and hot stuff.

You need to be careful about fire, burns to yourself, and other safety considerations. Do not breathe the fumes that come off the heated end of the pipe.

To build your bamboo didgeridoo, you'll need the following tools:. Inspect the bamboo to find and mark a section usually some distance in from both ends of the starting piece that is free of cracks, whose small end will have an inside diameter not less than 3cm 1.

Using the hacksaw, cut out the marked section of bamboo. It doesn't matter whether or not you cut the bamboo exactly square, but get as close as you can.

Use the rasp to smooth both ends of the cut bamboo, removing any rough edges and splinters left over from cutting. Using the long pole, and working from both ends of the bamboo section, knock out the nodes inside the bamboo so that there is a clear passage entirely through the bamboo section.

When performing this step, and step 6, it is helpful if you can hold the bamboo in a carpenter's vise; otherwise clamp or brace the bamboo work piece so that it is held steady as you knock out the nodes.

Attach the rasp to the end of the pole by clamping the rasp's tang to the pole with hose clamps. Use the rasp on the end of the pole to smooth the inside of the bamboo, especially where you knocked out the nodes, so that the inside of the bamboo is a relatively smooth tube.

Follow the instructions in Adding a Mouthpiece to apply a beeswax mouthpiece to the bamboo tube. There is more than one method to add a mouthpiece to your didgeridoo — traditionally, didgeridoo mouthpieces are made from beeswax.

Beeswax mouthpieces are used by most, and grant you the ability to fairly easily re-shape and adjust the mouthpiece for maximum comfort and ease of play.

It is possible to make a mouthpiece using materials other than beeswax, however. Because beeswax mouthpieces aren't easily cleaned, any didgeridoo that is shared by more than one player should have a non-porous, washable mouthpiece.

Ideally, a shared didgeridoo will also be made of plastic or metal pipe, so that the inside can be washed periodically as well.

The directions below explain how to create a traditional-style beeswax mouthpiece. Directions later on this page Making a Washable Mouthpiece briefly describe some easy ways to put a mouthpiece on your didgeridoo using non-traditional methods and materials.

Adding a beeswax mouthpiece to your didgeridoo is somewhat time-consuming, and requires that you work with patience and caution.

Before getting into the practical instructions, it is useful if you understand a little more about the properties of beeswax. Beeswax is an organic wax soluble in alcohol, detergent, and mineral spirits.

Beeswax is fairly hard and brittle at room temperature, is pliable at body temperature, and liquid at temperatures only slightly higher than body temperature.

Making a beeswax didgeridoo mouthpiece mostly involves warming the beeswax enough so that it is soft and can be molded onto the end of the didgeridoo.

Be careful when testing the water temperature; you can burn yourself if the water is too hot. If the water is steaming, don't put your hand in it.

First, you need to make a beeswax ring or doughnut shape that will fit over the end of your didgeridoo. Fill an old saucepan with water, and heat the water to a temperature greater than body temperature, but not so hot that you can't put your fingers in it.

Soak some beeswax in this hot water until the beeswax is soft enough to mold with your fingers. You'll probably need to soak the beeswax for 10 or 20 minutes before it is soft enough to work with; you'll also need to periodically heat the water up.

Remember, don't let the water get too hot for you to comfortably put your hand in it, or the beeswax will melt instead of softening.

When the beeswax is soft, roll it between your hands to make a "snake", and then shape the snake into a circle large enough to go around the end of your didgeridoo.

Make sure that the "snake" is thick enough in diameter to overlap the inside of the didgeridoo tube. You want more of a "fat cushion" for your mouthpiece than a thin bead around the rim.

As you work the beeswax, it will cool and harden. You'll need to frequently return it to the hot water to soften again. When you have completed the ring to go on the end of your didgeridoo, you next need to create a foundation on the didgeridoo that the beeswax ring can adhere to.

To do this, you need to melt some beeswax and dip the end of the didgeridoo into it. Beeswax is flammable in fact, beeswax makes really great candles because of the sweet odor when beeswax burns.

Beeswax will not boil, it will smoke and catch fire if it gets too hot. When you melt the beeswax, use a low heat, and never let the beeswax get hot enough to smoke.

If the beeswax does begin to smoke, immediately turn off the heat and remove the beeswax from the burner.

When melting beeswax, never leave the room; if you get interrupted for any reason, turn the heat off before going away from your melting pot.

As soon as the beeswax is melted all the way through, turn the heat off; the beeswax will remain molten long enough for you to dip your didgeridoo.

For maximum safety, melt beeswax in a double-boiler arrangement, or in a pan inside another pan, so that there is no chance that molten beeswax can drip directly into the stove or hot-plate burner.

To melt the beeswax, put about 14 grams 0. Place the entire assembly over a stove burner or hot-plate on low heat.

Watch the beeswax carefully; it will melt completely through in about minutes.

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