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    • #9767
      eric
      Participant

      Thanks, Greg, for the wonderful course. I have found these videos to be illustrative and enlightening. I still struggle with range, but I am working on it, and my tone has improved significantly.

      I decided to revisit some of the first instructional videos, and I highly recommend this review to members who have been working the course for a while. I found a new perspective after revisiting these early videos. When reviewing the beginning videos, you mention something called “many lemon.” I have not seen this item yet. Is this a topic coming later in the course, or has it not yet been posted?

      Thanks,
      Eric

    • #9798
      Greg Spence
      Keymaster

      Here ya go:

    • #9888
      wellsjtj
      Participant

      I totally agree…I have gone back myself in the last few days and although I don’t have a complete grasp on all the concepts, I can feel my understanding and confidence continuing to grow..Jim

    • #10035
      eric
      Participant

      What a great lesson! Thanks! πŸ‹

    • #10090
      wellsjtj
      Participant

      I’m doing it todayπŸ‹..

    • #10092
      Greg Spence
      Keymaster

      Have I created a monster?!?!? πŸ™‚ haha

    • #10152
      eric
      Participant

      Im doing it right now, and I’m
      noticing some points of difference!
      πŸ‹πŸ‹πŸ‹πŸ‹

    • #10154
      Greg Spence
      Keymaster

      #perfectstudent!!! πŸ™‚

      Remember the 1% Rule. What can I let go of. Shoulder tension, jaw tension, tilt your head up and down, open up the throat more (experiment with different sounds), engage the air support muscles then relax them.

      A huge boomy, unforced voice resonating in the room is the source of a free, rich resonant sound on the horn.

      Great stuff Eric πŸ™‚

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