I do not get how people are able to start off (without warmups or anything) triple tonguing at phrases spanning close to 20 or even more notes at one go, while maintaining that clean, 'bubbly' tone of tonguing. I've heard some ppl mentioning on TM before, the technique becomes 'inherent' once you mastered it, and you can do it as and when you want to. Well, I can only do so for double tonguing...but never for triple. Been practicing for over 5 months now, I could triple tongue at pretty fast speeds, but I need to keep running phrases over and over again, before I can get geared up at the particular tempo. Else, I'd be tonguing too harshly (striking with too much strength) or I'd be cutting notes up into distinct triplets instead of an even phrasing throughout. And it's becoming a very irritating problem whenever the piece I'm playing goes from a slow, mournful to a bullet-train-paced theme, and I'd flop miserably. So any advice that I could use? Thanks.