New Didge Project Website Features Music Tutorials and Therapeutic Uses of Sound
It is with great joy that we present the new Didge Project web site at www.didgeproject.com. Here you will find tips and tutorials on didgeridoo, world rhythms, as well as informative articles on the intersection of sound and therapeutics. Our focus is to provide useful information for you and your community, to share relevant music events, and to attract people who want to share their musical knowledge. As you will see, there are already some great videos and articles on our site that will help people bring music into their lives.
I want to give a special thank you to our web designer Scott Lewis, who patiently worked through every request of mine until the site became ready for the public. I also want to give thanks to Matt Canale who helped with graphic design, Jerry Walsh and Joe Moffit who contributed some of our first new articles and all of our friends and family who helped to test the site and refine things.
We need your support and would love to hear what you think works well on our new site and what needs improvement. Please give us your feedback by commenting on our articles, commenting on our Facebook posts and YouTube videos, and using any other method to get in touch. We would love to hear what tutorials and information you want to see in the year ahead.
In good health,
AJ Block and The Didge Project Family
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