Used by the Australian Aborigines for close to 4000 years, the didgeridoo is composed of a long wooden tube (ranging from 1 to 3 meters) into which the user blows. Its timber is rich, rough, unstable and it is capable of producing both "kept-up" and "percussive" sounds. However it is close to impossible to change the pitch (as the length of the pipe is fixed, and it has no valve or key).

Length : 5 sec.
Frequency : 44.1kHz
Output : stereo
Size : 527Kb

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