Playing didgeridoo in repeating cycles of 3 or 6 beats creates some unique rhythmic opportunities. By learning these cycles, you will have a lot more options to play with, especially when you begin to combine them with other didgeridoo sounds, as you will see in this video.
Many trained musicians refer to 3 and 6 beat cycles as the time signatures of 3/4 and 6/8. Other less common time signatures include 6/4 and you could even group 12/8 into this family of time signatures.
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More Didgeridoo Rhythm Tutorial Videos:
A Popular Didgeridoo Rhythm and How To Play It: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbTXAcqQSpY
Didgeridoo Tongue Rhythms: https://youtu.be/jlcgPovTvzs
Beginning Didgeridoo Tutorials:
How To Play Didgeridoo for Absolute Beginners: https://didgeproject.com/didgeridoo-lessons/how-to-play-didgeridoo-for-absolute-beginners/
Learn To Circular Breathe on Didgeridoo by Developing The Abs, Cheeks and Jaw Muscles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuyV_2I2o6g