Playing and making Didjeridu is what I do. It’s a necessary creative and spiritual outlet for me. When I was 15 years old, I found a sound I’d never heard before, but I somehow new it mattered. Through the serendipity of teenage boredom and a discarded metal tube in my parents basement, sea change occurred. I shared the discovery with my Dad and I first learned of the Didjeridu.tylerMT Information and resources were scarce (a time that predated internet popularity). I then embarked on a solo quest of exploration and self-discovery. Over the last 20 years, I’ve enjoyed the experiences of making Didjeridu, performing solo, busking, playing in bands and exploring a variety of musical genres. I’ve been privileged to have traveled the world and met some amazing friends, elders, musicians, teachers (not the least of which, Djalu Gurruwiwi) and students who have inspired me in many ways. I’m very thankful for this. The music, photos and Didjeridu I’ve crafted on this site is the accumulation my experiences. I’m constantly making new Didjeridu and play religiously. I’ve experimented with many different materials and approaches to crafting this instrument and have narrowed it down to what I feel is the best possible Didjeridu for people to play, no matter what skill level you’re at. Please feel free to peruse my site and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me. Thanks for your time. Enjoy! -Tyler


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