The Didgeridrone

The Didgeridrone

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This was recorded from a real Eucalyptus Didgeridoo (hollowed out by termites) from Aulstralia. I recorded a few long tracks ( I can’t circular breath well so I looped it! Haha) I re-amped through an old fender amp, with a Memory Man. I ran it through some filters, reversed one for the swells, and tweaked more in Reaktor. I Specifically wanted this to be a drone, so its not the best for polyphonic usage, though who says you can’t ! It has a bit of earthiness that I like in my sounds , especially down low.


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More drone than didgeri - not that there's anything wrong with that!

4.0 rating
April 27, 2021

I genuinely enjoyed using this instrument on my latest ambient project. The drone evolves and cuts through beautifully, with oodles of depth and personality. On a keyboard through a DAW it’s difficult to emulate the percussive, rhythmic qualities a player can produce on an actual didgeridoo, but that’s compensated for by the sheer versatility of the drone. Nice work as always, Joshua.

Chris Bell (wordsSHIFTminds)

Cool drone

5.0 rating
May 22, 2020

This worked perfectly for a cue I was working on. It evolves nicely over time.

Toby Winslow

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A drone created from a looped eucalyptus didgeridoo and ran through an amp.

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4.5 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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