I'm currently having an issue with tonguing the notes E (above staff C) thru G (top note on the staff). I have a tendency to "split" these notes. By that I mean, if I want to play G on top of the staff, I'll tongue to start the note, and I'll hit that out of tune open A for a fraction of an second before I slide into the G. My feeling is it's a matter of technique. Once I get to A above the staff, I'm in my "upper register" mindset and my technique and tonguing (for lack of a better phrase) gets "smaller" or more precise. From E on the staff downward, my tonguing and technique is "bigger". What exercises or approach can I take to get this "transition area" E to G under control? For reference, I have a useable range (by useable I mean I can use this in concert) to an E above high C. Thanks for the input folks (Rowuk, work your magic).