If you don't get the high notes.

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by GijsVis, Sep 7, 2012.

  1. gmonady

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    Have you ever belched into a horn after drinking a carbonated beverage? It also effects the tone.
     
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  2. BigDub

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    WHy, that's Highlarious!!!
     
  3. turtlejimmy

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    Nicely said.


    Turtle
     
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  4. kingtrumpet

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    give the man another gin and tonic --- go heavy on the tonic water!!!!!!!! ROFL ROFL ROFL
     
  5. Ed Lee

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    Just watch out that you don't start floating upwards into the wild blue yonder. Inhaling helium displaces the air your body requires. They took a kid to the hospital that tried that and he didn't live to tell about it.
     
  6. gmonady

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    But then the air rapidly displaces the helium as it has a higher density. Unless this kid was breathing in an entire atmosphere of helium, this would be an unlikely consequence. Rather this can happen if you inhale a dose of freon, which is denser than air, will displace air, and will not let air back in. Do not try inhaling freon EVER!
     

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