Makes total sense! LOL at your captions! I like that mindset of playing 'comfortably' rather than particularly focusing on the sound. The sound will develop itself! Is it all slurred, btw? For me, that's slurred. Also, easier to diagnose and understand what's going on when there's less moving parts Good tone up high comes from not being tense. Maxwell OsbornAcum 4 ani Pull out your tuning slide!!!
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How long did it take you before you could start playing over a high C? The highest note I could play for 7 years was an A above the staff, but after making an embouchure change this past September my Cs are finally starting to come out.
I'm aware that building range takes time, but how long did it take you to play over a C? So it's been a long time. After 4 or 5 years, I could play up to the G above that not welland that's where I stopped improving for a while.
I got from there to double C and above in just a few short months doing this. Jonathan HawkinsAcum 4 ani Would you happen to have any sheet music? Try this: use your tongue as a "spacer" when setting up. Would you know why this is and how do I counter it? Could it be because of my thicker lips? Conn connstellation trompeta dating Acum 2 ani Jonathan Hawkins conn connstellation trompeta dating on whatever gear you intend to play on, and use the right tool for the job.
That doesn't necessarily mean triple the work, just do it in a rotation. I used to scrie profilul online dating a random mouthpiece out a box of 30 and work range on that for a session. I can't tell you if that worked any better or worse than being more focused in my approach, but I can tell you that my chops were on fire back when I was doing that.
I went from a top C to being able to tap a double G here and there. After that, I stopped working on my range. I was busy with soccer, band, all-region, school, etc.
I started focusing more on tone quality and let my range slip away.
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I auditioned for a scholarship, and I got one for marching band that's gonna cover half my tuition. I'm a senior in high school now, and my future college band director told me to try an exercise similiar to this.
After you hit that top note, you stop, breathe and go down. All at a very slow tempo. I'm gonna get back to it soon. Would you recommend doing this on a bigger mouthpiece to encourage growth, or should I do it on my current mouthpiece and then move up? I'm currently playing on an old Conn 4 from the 60's or so.
The improved precision mouthpiece. Get back to me if you can please; Thank you. Not hard. Better to memorize anyways. Good for your jazz playing too. Can you write what arpeggio you used? Thank you the best.
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Also, when you say "break," do you mean that's where your range stops entirely, or do you mean that note is troublesome conn connstellation trompeta dating you can play above it just fine Trumpeteer Acum 4 ani DHCZack so my break is above high e and then my attacks gez quite difficult and coming back below e is almost impossible without resetting, do u think its worth working on it or should i continue searching for another way of playing high notes?
Its sad cause i got hyped so much finally getting those notes easily Feels the same above and below that note, but that note itself requires some manipulation SilloLifeAcum 4 ani what mouthpiece do you use DHCZack Acum 4 ani erik hermosillo its a custom job by Pickett Brass based on a Stomvi Jim Manley prototype conn connstellation trompeta dating is slightly deeper.
Very shallow. Small diameter. He has it on file as the BMF. I don't recommend it for most players though. How much time it will take until i can play doble c, in your technique?
If I'll work on it let let's say, twice a day? DHCZack gonen I'd be interested to hear how it works for you gonen Acum 4 ani Thanks for the speedy reply, I will do it, and I will call you back to let you know what happened! I added an octave over a summer break. Though, I was doing this a dozen times a day or more. I was recently in a situation where I spent a lot of time off the horn.
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I did this twice a day for a few weeks and it brought me back close to where I was pretty quickly. I think that if you did this twice a day, you'd certainly begin to notice benefits after a week or two. Once you "figure it out," the skills will transfer to the old piece to some extent, and I think it's much easier to "figure it out" on a lead piece. My advice would be to go way smaller than you think you should. If it feels and plays totally different it'll be less confusing to approach differently.
Andrew Devall Acum 4 ani To me "high" is c over the staff and up. I've been playing for 8 years and have always been stuck around high D, with a very useable high C. As far as credentials go, i played principal in a few orchestras in high school and sat 1st chair all west tennessee a couple years in gba dating roms row.
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Do you just do normal long tone exercises, or does the tone just come naturally as you do the exercise more? The best answer I have is that once playing the notes is easy, making them sound good is pretty easy too.
Good tone comes from relaxed playing. CaptainQueueAcum 4 ani This is one of the most helpful videos I've come across. I'm going through a serious of intense dental procedures on 4 teeth right now with a lot of interruptions and no playing a week at a time over the long haul. This drill is helping me get back into things more quickly.
DHCZack Acum an Gawrilovic well mostly I put it in my car and then look at it and feel disappointed in myself sometimes when I'm driving to and from work lol.
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But basically Warburton's instructions are pretty good. I don't use it on gig days or on the way home if I've got rehearsal that evening. As described by Warburton or more individual?
Per the below comment I understand you benefited a lot from using it so I guess you would recommend the device?
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Thanks for the tips. I recently took a few months off for similar reasons. CarlRiseleyAcum 4 ani Great video Zack - thank you for sharing your knowledge! It's unbelievable how relaxed you are when you play. I've always been a 'pressure player' with limited range and endurance no surprises so trying to make the change now - starting with playing as quietly and with ease.
Thanks for the video - would love to see more. Carl CarlRiseley Acum 4 ani Hmmm That balance is important. Any tips for keeping the top lip buzzing with conn connstellation trompeta dating kind of pressure?
Don't be fooled by how it looks though For the higher notes I am using a lot of pressure. Much more than you'd think, but hopefully not much more than is required to hit the note. Richard BautistaAcum 4 ani podrias hacerlo en escalas mayores, menores, aumentados y disminuidos? That song căutați sex literally my alarm every morning CaptainQueueAcum 4 ani "Small aperture" and playing softly as keys for getting up higher All my adult life I've struggled to hit high Cs and just now did a series of them with far less effort.
The small aperture thought process is a great concept.
Thank you for generously sharing this exercise with the trumpet world. Just tonight I hit a solid D above high C, at pp volume, on this drill with small aperture thought process and relaxation. I've been playing with tongue arch only since October, this is another cool aspect. Guilty, lol. If I'm playing lead, I'm playing loud Using more air and using a lot more strength, and probably also bigger aperture Don't get conn connstellation trompeta dating up on the physics because it's conn connstellation trompeta dating wrong lol For practice, do this conn connstellation trompeta dating to add control when building range.
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Triple G is already of limited utility Even more limited if the only way you know how to get there is by walking up an arpeggio. I think you had it right when you said "thought process. Gonna start trying this out. Questions for you: do you warm up before you do these or is this the first thing you do when you take your horn out?
DannyAcum 4 ani This really helped me a lot. This is the first upper register exercise that really worked well for me. DHCZack I'm glad it helps! Henson JamesAcum 4 ani Great video! Saw this last week but forgot to subscribe and comment.
Playing softly and doing exercises like these are what really helped me "find" new notes up high and let my chops explore a bit I still have an issue with pressure but the soft, relaxed playing you advocate really does help.
Thanks for the cool videos and looking forward to more. Also - As a person who plays mostly in a big band setting but also does some "legit" stuff on the side, I must ask - where does your practice land in terms of equipment use? I have been finding myself Don't we all? I use a Marc. My Warburton mouthpieces do not get as much use anymore. I used to use a 4SV top with a KT backbore. Anyway, thanks again and keep putting out the good sounds.
Once upon a time, I practiced this exercise with a different mouthpiece very time. Everything from an unimaginably tiny screamer piece to a big Schilke 20d2d. I think it helped me become less sensitive to equipment.
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