Welcome to the home of Zorg's Didjital Sound Journeys!
Not long ago I wondered what it would sound like to have a large number of didjeridoos all circling around in the stereo field with their sound waves alternately reinforcing and interfering with each other. So I recorded this piece which has twelve(!) didjeridoos, six of which move with different kinds of "Brauer motion" and the other six which move with "normal" panning in different phases.
I called it "In The High Spaces", partly because although there's a huge amount of low sounds, my focus while playing was actually on creating a sonic space for the much higher harmonics - in particular there's a major third harmonic that sits in the spaces created by the lower sounds. I experience that as the sound of the angels
Sweet's Ballroom in Oakland is one of my favorite venues. I love to play for the sound healing at the end of Ecstatic Dance and will be returning there with didjeridoo on Sunday Dec 29th with DJ Daniel Molner!
I will also be at Sweets on Wed Dec 18th with DJ Dakini but that will be the public debut of my Wu Xing gong. For details of that, see my new NadaYoga site.
It has been a great honor and joy to be part of the new "Integration" EP from Ecstatic Dance Records. My didjeridoo playing is featured on the last track of this record, with energy channeling by Akara, who is the other half of our SomaSound project.
It was a profound joy to take part in the " Enlightenment Via Music, Kirtan, Feelings & Energetic Awakening" sādhana retreat in Florida last April. So many wonderful people, so many great musicians, and such an inspiring community!
It has also been a great joy to offer Didjital Sound Journeys for pregnant moms. Babies in the womb are especially sensitive to deep bass sounds, and I LOVE it when the moms report that it feels as if their babies really like the sound of the didjeridoo, and the moms find it very relaxing too! It was also a great joy to visit a friend's house who has an infant boy, and to discover that he was able to fall asleep to the sound of the didjeridoo while he was in a chair that he had never been able to sleep in before. Happiness all round!