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Tired of always playing the same rhythms on the didgeridoo ?
Perhaps you don’t know what rhythm to play to begin with ?
Feeling alone with your instrument ?

In this case you’ll love Wakatoo !

Discover why !

Three reasons you’ll love Wakatoo

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You compose your own rhythms

With Wakatoo, you compose your own didgeridoo rhythms using a library of dozens of high quality didgeridoo sounds. Presented in the form of cards, you can have fun experimenting and composing your own rhythms. Once the rhythm is written, press play and listen to it. You can edit it as many times as you like.

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Thousands of rhythms in a single click

Thanks to Wakatoo, you can access thousands of rhythms gathered together in one global database, fed into by the whole community. Search for rhythms, classify them according to specific criteria and save them in your own library. In short, benefit from the creativity of other players to explore beyond your habits.

3

Share your passion with thousands of players

Wakatoo aims to bring together all of those passionate about the didgeridoo with one single platform. Its goal? To encourage and facilitate the exchange of rhythms between thousands of players. You can share and comment on your favourite rhythms, launch your own challenges or ask for advice from the community. We always gain by sharing.

Who's behind Wakatoo ?

Gauthier Aubé
Didgeridoo player
Anthony Bisch
Web developer

Wakatoo is the result of a meeting between two friends. One, Gauthier Aubé, is a professional didgeridoo player. He has delivered classes and courses and played in concerts across Europe for more than 10 years. He invented Wakatoo and initially produced it as a card game in 2013. From the other side, Anthony Bisch, a self-taught and passionate programmer. He has made programming his career and he is the architect of today's Wakatoo online. Without him, none of this would be possible!

Wondering what Wakatoo will be like ?

That’s goodtiming. We have prepared a little demo for you ;-)

Listen to the rhythm and have fun moving the cards to edit it in real time !

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