C to C Chromatic Scale

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2 years ago
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I finished my C to C Chromatic Scale and I'll post it on my Tackk

2 years ago
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@Jonathanescalera...please post your video of the lesson here

2 years ago
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Ok

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2 years ago
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That was a good effort! I couldn't see your fingerings, but I can tell a few of those notes were off. When you're starting at the top, make sure you hit your note before descending. Overall, just be more confident when pressing the valves- it'll sound smoother. Your breathing was awesome!

2 years ago
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Sorry, still figuring Tackk out. That last comment was for Jonathan.

2 years ago
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For Jayson: I'm not sure if I've commented on your post before, but if I have, here are some more things to take into consideration:

2 years ago
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Your fingerings are spot on and you maintain a good, steady pace. Just make sure you breathe deeply before starting; it should be audible to me through the recording. A nice effect on scales is to gradually crescendo (get louder) as you go up the scale and decrescendo (get softer) as you go down the scale. It'll make you sound even better!

2 years ago
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Hello Everyone. Great 1st lesson. Jayson and Jonathan, be sure to have 2/3 of the mouthpiece on the top lip and 1/3 on the bottom. Think about the pitch you are going to play before starting. Make sure to play right in the center of the note by using directional air. GREAT JOB! I LOVE SEEING YOU GUYS USE THIS SITE! This is so COOL!