The Didgeridoo unlike most other woodwind and brass instruments is primarily linguistic in the way sound is produced. Just like in speech, vowels and consonants are used to shape air movement in the mouth.
When we speak, we don’t think about how to articulate our mouths to speak. It comes naturally, as words flow from the mouth. Your didge playing can become as natural as this with practice and understanding.
The Traveling Didge
Traveling with a didge can be a “massive” burden. It’s an age old problem. To didge, or not to didge, on the road?
The DidgIt syllabary is written notation for the Didgeridoo. Build and listen to rhythms and songs with over 30 different sounds.
Build your own rhythms on the go from our syllabary. With our easy to use interface, you can make the perfect rhythm before ever picking up your didge.
Share and download popular rhythms from other players across the globe. You can download any shared rhythm and add it to your song with a single click.