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Using Weber’s Law to Improve the Focus of a Trumpet Embouchure

Not long ago I was reading an article in Stereophile magazine that referred to something called “Weber’s Law,” which states that “the least amount of change in a stimulus that is detectable is a constant proportion of the original intensity … Continue reading

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Lip Alignment

Most of my focus lately has been on more carefully aligning the lips while they’re in the inverted “M” position…feeling the even, gentle contact from corner to corner, with the center lip aperture still being the point of least resistance … Continue reading

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