The Canadian jazzman Michel Dubeau is really a multi-instrumentalist. Among Traditional western instruments, he takes on the saxophone, the flute, as well as the bass clarinet. Among non-Western types, he takes on the American Indian flute, the South American quena, the Arab ney, and several other tools, but especially japan Shinobue and Shakuhachi, this last one becoming his preferred device. Among jazzmen using non-Western tools, Michel Dubeau is most likely among the rare to try out a wide variety of instruments, in addition to integrating in his music noises from Indian, Balinese, Asian, North and South American tools. He regularly takes on in soundtracks for movies, tv series, documentaries, IMAX movies, plays, among others.