Tag Archives: buzzing

Patrick Sheridan

Good air -> good buzz -> good sound. Bad air -> bad buzz -> bad sound. Quantitative: More air-> more buzz -> more sound.

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Patrick Sheridan

Air makes buzz makes sound.

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Jim Thompson

(Buzzing on) the mouthpiece requires you to use a lot of air.  When you do that, you take a lot of stress off the lips.

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Jim Thompson

Less head movement (between ranges) means better endurance and more flexibility and technique.

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Jim Thompson

Part of these exercises is to buzz in and out of all of the registers with very little change.

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Jim Thompson

The lips should be reactive to the air – not proactive to the air.

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