• Thank you Greg for you epically useful impromptu lecture. I get it now and I am relieved to know that I had deduced what you were aiming for. And thank especially for addressing my concerns about “tension” in such a personal but generally useful way.

  • Hi Greg,

    As you know, I am an avid fan and of your methods and this thread has reminded me of the one nagging question I continue to have so I thought I would mention that here as I suspect once others get past what the aperture corners are this may well be the next question that comes to mind. What does “>tension< of the aperture corners”…[Read more]

  • Hi all,

    I am an avid follower of the WW MTM approach and I have noticed that I have to work more diligently to adhere to the precepts when I plan on my Wedge high-compression mp than when I use a more open mp. While the Wedge by design produces a more complete sound (meaning it seems to allow more frequencies to pass resulting in a smoother…[Read more]

  • To you own a car? I’ve known many a player to use that as their mini-practice studio; sitting in the back seat with a front seat slid forward enough to be out of the way.

  • kenosis started the topic Pedal tones in the forum WindWorks 4 years, 2 months ago

    Is it just me or does the Body Concert Hall and Singing C method lend themselves to more natural pedal tones? I’ve just come back to pedal tones after 4 weeks of Mystery to Mastery and my pedal tones below low F# are resonating much more naturally than when applying other methods (e.g., Balanced Embouchure.) Thoughts?

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