Didgeridoo Snare Sound Rhythm

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Lesson overview

In this lesson, Sanshi shows you a rhythm using snare sound on the didgeridoo while breathing in!

Lesson goals

  • Play the rhythm “Wiki-tuwa..PKi-tuwa”
  • Be able to breathe in while producing the snare sound and do variation of breathing while playing the rhythm.
  • Be able to repeat the rhythm and get faster in speed to produce the popping sound.

Training tips

  • Practice pronouncing the rhythm like delivering a tongue twister.
  • Play at a slower speed until you get used to the breathing pattern.
  • Find where it feels most comfortable for you to take a breath.
  • You can breathe in while producing the snare sound, and on the last syllable “tuwa”
  • Try playing the rhythm at a faster speed and produce the popping sound.
  • Repeat the steps until you are comfortable playing the rhythm at a faster speed.

It might be worth checking out the beatboxing snare lesson to get more familiar with the didgeridoo snare sound: https://www.didgeridoodojo.com/advanced-didgeridoo-lessons-techniques/beat-boxing-snare

Give it a try, let us know how you go and if you get stuck, post a question in the comments section below