Trumpet Discussion Discuss Splitting, cracking, bbraacckk attacking. in the General forums; Hi, I originally posted this in General discussion, maybe it belongs here. I was surprised the topic brought 99 looks, ...
Splitting, cracking, bbraacckk attacking.
Hi, I originally posted this in General discussion, maybe it belongs here. I was surprised the topic brought 99 looks, but only one response. I am really hoping someone can shed some light on this for me.
Glad to see some familiar names, better yet people whose input in on line forums has been of great help to me! I hope to get an answer to yet another question if I may?
Since I picked up my horn after twenty years, I have had an intermittent problem with cracking notes. Usually E on the top of the staff, but also D, G above the staff and A above that.
I have been playing for three years or so now, and while this is not a constant problem, I still have no way to diagnose or address this problem. Mostly I just ignore it and hope it will go away... any advice , suggestions, input would be much appreciated.
This is a really nice forum you have here everybody, thanks for being here.
Usually when I have this problem, it means that I have not prepared to play that note. WHAT ?? What I mean is that when I don't hear the note in my head first, my body (emboucher) isn't sure what to do, so it goes searching and usually misses. I almost always find I have this problem on entrances, not on notes that are part of a passage I'm already into.
Hope this makes sense and helps a little. I'm sure others will add more technical reasons and solutions then I can.
I know what you mean, about not being prepared. but this can develop after a note has been initiated. Nice clean attack, then bbrraacckk!
I can imagine all kinds of things that might be happening, but then again, I don't want to dwell on it unless I have something concrete to address.
Thinking too much is way dangerous. Remember when you are at home alone, you are alone with a killer. !!!!
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