Posted by Kye Mapleston on 16th Feb 2015
The 5 CD Box Set is priceless. It is of very professional quality. The first CD explains the basics of playing the didgeridoo, along with much information on ""circular breathing"". The next 3 CDs provide more advanced techniques. The last CD offers eight background ""songs"" or ""groove tracks"" to play along to. Then there are five tempo tracks to play to, ranging from 90 bpm to 150 bpm, along with two tracks that ""shuffle"" the tempo. The whole set is geared to teaching playing the didgeridoo, along with tracks to play along with. All vey well done with an informative individual explaining it all, as it goes along.
Posted by Amy Wagner on 8th Jan 2015
You guys offer a great deal with the 5 CD Box set. I intend to learn every bit of the information offered on the cds, but it will probably take me a long while because there is so much to learn! The cds arrived very quickly also. Thank you so much for selling this. I intend to be a return customer.
Posted by Andrew Kovalchick on 27th Dec 2014
I have used two didge instructional DVDs during the past year. Both have been helpful in their own ways although limited in scope. This 5 CD set is very comprehensive and gives you structured practice routines, something lacking in my other two CDs. As some of the other reviewers have said, there is a lot of information here and this set will get you well on your way to circular breathing, many rhythms and vocalizations to master. This set will keep you busy for a long time.
Posted by Henry Anderson on 9th Dec 2014
The instructional CDs (1 and 3) are great. Pretty concise and clear, though as is always the case with an instructional CD/DVD for anything, you may find yourself searching the internet for another explanation or two.
I feel like i get the most out of discs 2, 4, and 5 (2 and 4 being the sample/practice rhythms, 5 being groove tracks). I've had a hard time finding something like this to help structure my own practice, and this is very good for that. Discs 2 and 4 build some rhythms one step at a time, which is VERY helpful, and disc 5 is just groove tracks which rocks for more free-form but still structured practice. I'd recommend this to most people--discs 1 and 3 for learning, but discs 2, 4, and 5 for people who have the mechanics of playing down (drone, tonguing, vocals, circular breathing, etc), but are still somewhat new (or even a bit experienced) and are looking for something to help structure their playing a bit more.
Posted by Cletus Caroland on 5th Dec 2014
Excellent product, all begining didg players should purchase this set!
Posted by Keith Schkoda on 1st Dec 2014
Anaheim, CA United States","Very nice set. Covers all areas of playing and sounds. Going through it slowly. There is a lot here to Learn!
Posted by Steve Skinner on 30th Jun 2014
I originally only purchased the #5 CD, but soon understood I needed to go over the basics again. I ordered this full set and sat down one evening and listened to 4 out of 5 of them in one setting.
Now I am going through the lessons one by one especially focussing on bounce breathing and improving my rhythms.
Before getting these I was going here and there on line to learn and I got my self going just fine, but it is really good to have everything in one place. I copied the CDs to my hard drive in iTunes and they are very easy to get to now. And the way the rhythms are broken down into four levels really helps!
Now that I have these on my iMac and iPad I use them every day.
(Here's a tip that might help if you download them to your computer; be sure to expand the track's information so that you know the titles). You will like these, I think, I would hate to be without them now.
Posted by Tim Moore on 16th Jun 2014
This package contains a lot of information. The first cd was easy to follow and the material was very informative and useful. If the others are equally as good then they deserve top rating.
Posted by Rene Bastarache on 7th Jun 2014
Although I am still on the first CD I have found it very easy to follow and I am well on my way to circular breathing using your technique taught. I tried it by listening to about 5 other you tube video methods unsuccessfully. You folks are obviously very knowledgeable on the topic and not afraid to share your knowledge with us newcomers to the hobby.
Posted by Bryan S Wood on 1st Jun 2014