I've had a question about the difference in playing when slurring in tonguing.
When I play, I find slurring to be extremely beneficial. What I mean by that, is any passage I come across, I notice I keep a more even tone and it guides me into using my air properly when slurring it, than when articulating each note.
Generally, I feel I have a good base on tonguing and articulation. However, I was wondering if any had suggestions for maintaining air and technique and feel of slurring, during articulated passages.
To clarify, I'm looking for something more specific than "practice". As well, I already have experience with not cutting off the air when tonguing, that's not my problem.
Thanks to all in advance.