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JillyG

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Jilly
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iPhone Xs Max
My 365
My MobiTog 365

dscheff

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Jeffrey
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iPhone 8 Plus
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My MobiTog 365

RoseCat

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Catherine
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iPhone 7 Plus

FundyBrian

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Brian Townsend
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I don’t think they’ve gone electric - but they’re often miked.
The mikes in this case look a little more integral than just saying it’s miked. And a quad didgeridoo, to boot.
I have a didgeridoo myself but I never got very far with it. I got it because I read that playing the didgeridoo, and a couple of other wind instruments, helped tone the throat muscles and this reduces snoring :rolleyes:, not that I know anyone who snores, of course.
 

zenjenny

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jen
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I struggle. The breathing is the hardest part. My friend Preston, studied under Allan Shockley, can circular breathe.
I have an original eucalyptus didgeridoo. The sound, when I manage to make some, is wonderful. :) I keep trying ;)

Isn’t it the most breathtaking haunting sound. Decades ago I was blessed (more than I realised at the time) to live and work in the remote north west. And every single night I heard corroboree— didge, sticks, singing.

Glad you keep at it :)
 

dscheff

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Isn’t it the most breathtaking haunting sound. Decades ago I was blessed (more than I realised at the time) to live and work in the remote north west. And every single night I heard corroboree— didge, sticks, singing.

Glad you keep at it :)
I get dizzy trying to keep up, lol. It is fun though. I'm happy to report I am way past the incessant fart sounds ;):)
 
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