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PostPosted: 11.04.2009, 18:14 
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Hi , well not really played for a couple of weeks , so thought a bit of tradish practice was in need. Been trying to learn some Tabla lately , so nice to give the aching fingers and brain a bit of a rest.
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PostPosted: 04.06.2009, 19:25 
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Hi guys,
recorded another sound clip. Tips for improvement (and constructive criticism) welcome !

Richard


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PostPosted: 06.06.2009, 01:40 
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Hi all
It's about time I showed my face on here again!!! with some Mago soundfiles
A Russel Brian D a Frankie Lane D and a M***Y H**L Eb


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PostPosted: 21.06.2009, 11:59 
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I was playing a bit of mago with Ian today so thought I'd post a little clip of me messing around on a Micky Hall F#.

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PostPosted: 21.06.2009, 13:15 
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kdidj wrote:
I was playing a bit of mago with Ian today so thought I'd post a little clip of me messing around on a Micky Hall F#.

Kyle
Thank you for the sound clip Kyle. I would like to play like that, indeed!

Ángel. :angel13:

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PostPosted: 22.06.2009, 12:56 
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Thanks Ángel. In that mp3 I'm using a number of West Arnhem Land type tonguings with a few varying vocal techniques as well. You should be able to play most of what I've done with a bit of practice once you've got a good understanding of the main components of the style. If you have any questions about anything I'll happily try and help you out.

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PostPosted: 22.06.2009, 13:11 
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kdidj wrote:
Thanks Ángel. In that mp3 I'm using a number of West Arnhem Land type tonguings with a few varying vocal techniques as well. You should be able to play most of what I've done with a bit of practice once you've got a good understanding of the main components of the style. If you have any questions about anything I'll happily try and help you out.

Kyle
I'll try to hear closely and play as better as possible. Anyway, it would be much better if you could teach me some lessons. Sadly we live too far away from each other and that's going to be a bit difficult. In fact, there is no one in Madrid or near who plays traditional styles; so I'll have to continue practicing alone for the moment.

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PostPosted: 22.06.2009, 13:44 
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I'll let you know the next time I'm in Tarifa (my parents live there) and maybe you could take a holiday down there. I know it's quite a trip from Madrid but not as far as the UK!


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PostPosted: 23.06.2009, 15:43 
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I'll let you know the next time I'm in Tarifa (my parents live there) and maybe you could take a holiday down there. I know it's quite a trip from Madrid but not as far as the UK!
Thank you very much Kyle. I do not know if I could go to Tarifa, but I'm sure that if we meet I may learn a lot from you! My spoken English is not very good, but enough to understand ourselves.

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PostPosted: 25.06.2009, 12:42 
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Hello there! I am very courious about what you think of my rock and roll style....
It's played on a F/F yidaki wich has been used by Djalu and M*lk*y at the 2003 Garma...
Comments please :wink:
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PostPosted: 25.06.2009, 13:01 
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Hey Michiel,

It sounds good dude! That stick has a very nice warm voice. I'd like to hear you playing with harder tonguing in the main bit of the pattern.

Nice one.

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PostPosted: 28.06.2009, 12:18 
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Hmmm sounds very good. And nice rock n' roll pattern. The voice is wonderful.

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PostPosted: 07.07.2009, 17:04 
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Hi guys,
I was just wondering if you could give me any tips on how to improve my technique..I posted a sound clip a bit earlier in this thread..
Thanks in advance,

Richard

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PostPosted: 08.07.2009, 09:16 
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Hi Richard,
come to the yidaki imersion weekend I'm organising in september!
http://www.didgeridoo-lessen-workshops.nl
It's going to be in Klarenbeek (near Apeldoorn) The Netherlands.
A great and fun way of improving your technique!!!
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PostPosted: 11.07.2009, 13:14 
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Hi MT-Yidaki, Michiel, your piece reminds me of a WAL track from the album Bushfire, but played on Yidaki with a NEAL flourish.

It would be interesting to hear your improvisation developed into a much longer recording, where the breath and rhythm really settle, and with the extra length providing the opportunity for more variations on the main vamp.

By the way, I believe we met late Sunday afternoon at Aboriginal Arts. We discussed your immersion weekend, which at the time I didn’t think I would be able to attend, but that could be changing now - I just need to work out the full costs, i.e. with the car ferry, and route, as I could drive there with a collection of sticks.

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