William Thoren : Controlling Trumpet Dynamics
William Barton : Power Exercise
This technique was fundamental for me in learning how to control the back pressure of big mouth pieces and big bores. It may sound funny when you practice but the sound is not important, it is literally lifting weight with your cheeks and lungs. be conscious of your positioning while practicing as to not hurt or strain your neck ( swivel from the hip and not neck and back if your going deep under). if you have a traditional eucalyptus didgeridoo that is not coated on the inside I would not recommend using this as it may crack from the saturation when it dries.
Ondrej Smeykal : Isolations
This technique teaches how to breathe using your jaw, giving you an “extra set of lungs” to build complex rhythms with. Also breaking down individual mouth movements that can be used with this technique.
William Thoren : Bending the Trumpets
Jake Duncan : Owl Warrior Breakdown
In this Video Jake breaks down one of his songs called The Owl Warrior
William Thoren : Advanced Trumpet/Toot Training
Learn how to build lip strength and “cheat” the trumpet notes to achieve the 3rd, 4th or even 5th trumpet. If you have a very long and conical didgeridoo you may be able to go much higher than that too!
William Thoren : Controlling Volume for a More Balanced Sound