Hi Leo: >welcome... and great job! Thanks >what does it mean that you use "commercial sample loops"? >Did you create only the didgeridoo parts? Is it right? On "Whole Earth Didgeridoo" everything but didge is commercial sample loops, yes. On "Didgeridoo USA" there's also quite a bit of normally performed material in addition to the many commercial loops. In the case of "Whole Earth" even the didge parts relied on looping to an extreme degree. All the Australia recording was quick field recordings onto a portable DAT. There were lots of mistakes and never any click track or other timing reference. To create those final pieces with steady tempo and tight timing I had to do extensive digital fixing of mistakes and extensive clipping out good riffs and time stretching them to fit a tempo. In some cases the rhythmic feel ended up totally different from the original performances. An incredible concept and tremendously time consuming, but it worked. Quite a few people regard "Whole Earth" as the best or at least one of the best didge albums ever recorded. I may be a bit biased, but I tend to agree. I recorded some totally unbelievable players and then went all out (over a period of over 2 years) on the production. >Any samples on line? Not on my site. However www.bigfishaudio.com has samples of my samples as well as lots of their other sample libraries.