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I wanted to combine almost uncombineable. I wanted to combine the Stinkirum kind of kick with this speed of articulations. You see this two aspects are already getting one against the other. As it is difficult to achieve the fullness of the “kick” with very small volume…. Next… to make things even more interesting I wanted to make a deep didgeridoo that could read very well the articulations of traditional way of playing. “[...]”
This is one didgeridoo that I have waited for a long time. It is the first one of the super hard wood, and so it is the first one to give me some answers from that kingdom… Let me tell you a bit about the making of this didgeridoo. Orkor is very hard and very elastic wood. Has very nice smell. It was difficult to drill, but not as difficult as we imagined… The inner geometry of this didgeridoo is more tight than what you could find in recent Duendes.
Protozoa is a didgeridoo… that was an intentional little surprise. The surprise part is this beautiful shimmer it has over what would already be a rounded didgeridoo sound. First of all, Protozoa has very detailed sound. Somehow it got this shimmer, the thick roughness in high frequencies. More than what I expected, especially regarding the fact that it is not made of extremely hard wood.
La Tulipe Noire brings romance back into the world of didgeridoos.
It is gentle but powerful, big but elegant.Standing 239cm tall, thin with curves and knots it now seems impossible to drill. But it once was. It is a thin walled didgeridoo chiseled to resonate. The power of this didgeridoo overwhelms a small room “[...]”
Didgeridoo making process can be a routine, but it can also be a mystical journey. Sometimes there is only a thin line in between. What makes this thin line? A mistake, of course. So it was a very lucky and precious mistake that made La Fluanta. It resulted in quite an extreme resonator box. Which finally resulted in quite an extreme bass and perfect fifth for a first toot. It opens up a whole new world [...]
Flying Tree Dragon is an example of such an extreme in classical conicaly shaped didgeridoo that it is very hard to describe without letting you try it. What does it mean „extreme classical conical shaped didgeridoo“? It means that FTD follows the „logic“ of relatively well known didgeridoos that have flare. But flare of FTD is so deep inside and so large outside that it breaks certain laws of playing… [...]
This is an ancient goddess of calming smooth drone and powerful vibrations, goddess of charm and harmony, beauty and sounductiveness, materialized in a didgeridoo. The moment you get a hold of this didgeridoo, you will feel the exceptional duality of tenderness and power it radiates. If you have read the description of didgeridoo C Fantastique this is a very similar specimen, only in female principle… [...]
This is the shortest didgeridoo we have, but with one of the most stunning appearances. It is a nice little didgeridoo, playing moderately loud and fairly easy, and one of the rare Duende examples that surpass their sound by their looks. This little stick has drier sound, in a good way. It is not so short, and bell is not so small in common sense, but when compared to other instruments in this place, it is… [...]
This didgeridoo was for me, one of first proofs that there is a world beyond known didgeridoo instruments. This world was formed by Ãœber-didgeridoos, avatars, god-given instruments that blew away limits of possibility of didgeridoos, as well as all prejudices how didgeridoo should or can sound. The sound and playability of this instrument is a wonder to me… [...]
This instrument is in the heart of most exquisitely balanced didgeridoos. It is a Zen master of a drone. And its appearance is so smooth that one would most rather take it to bed. At least that what we’re told. Wood it is made of is very rare in didgeridoos. Its sound has two basic qualities. Power and smoothness. This is the kind of instrument that you can play to a newborn baby… [...]
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