Hmm, something weird came up today.
A few months ago I went to some sort of breath clinic. The person who gave the clinic told that said product affected your playing straight away. At this instant I was getting angry because of the fact that it wasn't really a breath clinic but just some kind of advertisement and a simple powerpoint about the basic principles of breath.
BUT, when some people volunteered and played something before and after they used said product the difference in tone was astonishing.
My dad, who isn't a brass player but a flute player bought the product and kind of liked it.
If that product is used properly you have to "breath the correct way", like the Circle of Breath (Rowuk, correct me if I'm wrong), else it won't work.
So today I used the device after -I was warmed up and noticed "my problem"-, and the difference was huge.
Now I know that my problem is related to the way I breath, for some reason my breath seems to be messed up after work...
I will start to use the device daily and see what it does to my "playing after work" problem, I'll report back later
(This is how the device looks)
Hmm.. Trent Austin... Interested in being the supplier?
My suggestion for breathing is to breath in when wanting air, and breath out when needing to get rid of it. Somebody said it: When I feel blue, I start breathing again. Now that's the best advice anyone can give you!
Keep a mouthpiece in your car and when driving to work, buzz until you get to work.
When driving home repeat the same exercise.
Practice your horn as usual and I think you will have less problems.
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