Well, the main reason I want to play the didgeridoo is it just sounds awesome. It sounds like some alien noise basically.
It is the only instrument that is completely Australian. I just want to learn it, just sounds really interesting.
You compress you mouth in there so there’s no air can escape in or out then just blow nice and soft. That'll be the first noise is just the drone. So it's just …Yeah, see you're getting it straight away.
So its' like ……
Trap your lips inside so that no air can come out and yeah, just blow soft. And keep trying it a cou..
Yeah, there you go.
The breathing, the breathing is really, really hard to get.
That's the hardest part. The hardest part is the breathing, the circular breathing.
He listened and I didn't have to say anything twice. He did really well for a beginner to get down what he did get down. I'm gonna jump on and do just a little bit of busking and during the song Rif's going to jump in and have a little go himself, just have a little drone along with me. Pretty much just accompany me.
One of my goals when I came to Australia was actually to busk – not just busk, to actually jam with some Australian musicians and it does not get more Australian than this.