Main note:B – Trumpets (1/2/3): C,F#,C – Wood:PHEASANTWOOD – Length: 223cm – Trumpet diameter:12cm – Inner diameter of the mouthpiece: 3 cm – Weight: 4,1 kg – Cover: included – nylon ,shockproof – Free worldwide shipping by Air mail UPS(6-9 days)
Didgeridoo key of B is powerful and loud. The didgeridoo is made of pheasant wood. The density of wood is more than 1000 kg / m3 .
Noble and heavy, Pheasant is a very beautiful kind of wood, spread mostly in Africa. That’s why it gives so warm and sunny sound. Dark-chocolate color and special texture gives it very unique feeling when you hold it. It is used for construction and for making boats! Of course, carving pheasant is quite a challenge, but not for our masters! It will become a beautiful boat, that will carry you on the River of Music for a long time.
The main specific features of key of B didgeridoo instrument are:
– rich unique authentic sound
– strong vibe and high vibration resonance
– rich overtones and vocalization
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Choosing a mic for didgeridoo key of B
Choosing a microphone for didgeridoo is a very important thing that causes a lot of questions, especially when it comes to concert microphones. Below I share an overview of the basic principles of how to choose a mic from my own experience.
So, we need a microphone for:
Recording didgeridoo in studio;
Playing didgeridoo on stage.
This review is mainly about live microphones. For studio recordings I am giving a brief information and links.
Didgeridoo needs higher sensitivity (since this is a fairly quiet instrument), ability to withstand sudden changes in sound pressure (partially, it has a connection with the parameter «maximum sound pressure (max SPL)») and the lower limit of the frequency response of 20-50 Hz (the didgeridoo range starts at ~ 40-50 Hz, sometimes lower).