Technique with the staccato blowing strong

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  • #1338

    albalex
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    Hello, I bought the Yamaha P37D and I noticed that blowing the air so decided with the technique of isolating the melody not suona.E ‘fault or the instrument is normal …….. I had the Suzuki Pro 37V2 and I do not remember who did this problem …… thank you!

    #1345
    Daren Banarsë
    Daren Banarsë
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    Hi albalex!

    Unfortunately I can’t understand what you’re saying! I think it may be a translation problem 🙂

    #1346

    albalex
    Participant

    Thanks for the reply …

    #1347

    albalex
    Participant

    strong and blowing off any attack on the blades do not play but this does not happen on the eighth acute ……

    #1349

    Quetscher
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    Hi albalex,

    the reeds of each instrument react differently: if the gap between the reeds and the plate is too small, it’s difficult to play a strong staccato because the reeds don’t swing, and perhaps that’s the problem with your instrument. You could try not to blow too strong or you could try not to blow all the air directly into the mouthpiece but to release some air to the side (best blow on a “t” consonant or, for a more airy effect, a “tf”!), so you have a nice staccato sound and you can blow as strong as you want to.

    #1367

    albalex
    Participant

    We thank you ….. I thought to pronounce a “d” instead of “T” …….
    however, I decided to buy back a Suzuki Pro 37v2.

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