Australia's native inhabitants, the Aborigines, converse with the spirits through this sacred, unique instrument.This library will imbue your music with a sound that’s undeniably Australian.
The 2000 Olypmic Games in Sydney made a vivid and lasting impression of aboriginal culture on the world. Then came the record-breaking television series Survivor, the Austrlian Outback. These global broadcasts brought the rich sound of the Australian Aborigines to the mainstream.
The didgeridoo is made from cutting a 1-2 meter section of a eucalyptus tree that has been hollowed out by hungry termites. Its performance consists of vibrating the lips while employing a circular breathing technique that causes the inside of the performer's mouth, as well as the inside of the instrument, to resonate. This dual sound is incredibly mysterious, and is captured perfectly on this popular collection
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