Tootie Snare

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Lesson overview

In this lesson, Koji is going to teach us to create a tooting sound on a snare

Lesson goals

  • Be able to produce a double wobble sound on a didgeridoo

Training tips

  • Snare is just the same sound like the drum snare
  • In this lesson, we will try adding the toot sound before and after the snare sound
  • To create the snare sound, you can use the phrase “poo–sst” but you combine them to make one sound like the drum snare.
  • The technique is to hold the air in your mouth and not let it come out while you’re trying to produce sound.
  • Try making this rhythm on a didgeridoo “ do-do-do-do–poosst” and breathe in after the long phrase
  • You can breathe in by adding a “wang” sound in between
  • Keep practicing

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