So I have been relentlessly pounding away at my multi tonguing. I always had problems with the double. And through long hours of practice, I have discovered why. My attack doesn't start correctly. The thing is, that if I first play a note, like a whole note, I can double tongue to France and back after it. But if I try and start double tonguing right off, I'll fall flat on my face. The problem is that my T-tongue is too heavy (I've known about this, but ever really put in any serious effort to fix it). When I play breath attacks, the notes come out fine. It's just my tongue, its like the Hulk. All it wants to do is smash the notes. I know this for a couple of reasons: #1 My triple tongue is fine, because I can attack the first tu heavy and lighten up the second tu before I have to play the ku. But I realized I can't do that with the double tongue; if my first tu is heavy, it will mess me up when I have to immediately switch syllables. Hence why I cannot start a double tongue successfully. Also why I can triple tongue well and not double tongue. And #2 When I start single tonguing faster, it feels different; a lot lighter to be exact. Like I was running on my heels and then switched to my toes (I'm not sure if that is proper running technique, but you get the point). So where do you place your tongue to start an attack? And how do you learn to use less tongue? As in what exercises should I do to clean up my attack and make it lighter and more consistent? I have a lesson on Wednesday, so I'll get the chance to have someone hear what I'm talking about and offer suggestions. But I wanted the general consensus as to how to fix my problem. And also how others fixed this problem if they had it.