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