Didgerdoo players’ glottic activity – the lowdown

An Australian didgeridoo is a reed-less hollow conically shape wooden tubular wind instrument typically measuring up to 150 cm in length, with distal and proximal diameters ranging from 150 to 30 mm. But what, exactly, happens to someone’s glottis whilst they are playing a didgerdoo? One way of finding out is to make a video […]