I recently got my braces off and am currently working on trying to regain my embouchure. I have noticed what is now becoming a huge problem: my sound. Accompanied with the note is the sound of air blowing through my trumpet. It's as if my lips aren't tight enough to stop extra air from blowing through. Normally, I would assume that this is something that is usual with recovering from braces, but I remember having this problem before I got braces as well. My tone then was always blurred by a distinct buzzing or FFFTT sound. Now it is 10x worse. Itís gotten to the point where the higher I go the more the blowing air sound takes over. I can barely tongue an E-fourth space and have the sound come out; slurring up to it just makes a blowing noise. Anything above an F-first space comes out almost overwhelmed by the air. If I start at a G-below staff and go up chromatically, the first 9-10 notes just have the buzzing sound. However, as I get to the G-second line and beyond, again, the notes are overtaken by the blowing of air through the trumpet. To slur down from say, a C-third space (still going down chromatically), would result in all notes accompanied by the breathy sound, even those which previously didnít have it. I know that it has something to do with my lips and muscles, and I think that perhaps it was a bad habit that I developed when learning how to play? Whatever it is, I have no idea how to fix it. Any ideas? Oh, and also any tips on how to come back from braces.