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Online Guide Clarinets
Tips for Playing and Maintaining

 

Once you have your clarinet, or clarinets, there are a few other essential accessories to acquire. The cotton pull-through is used after playing to
DryA signal or recording that has no effect applied to it. Effects units often incorporate a control to adjust the mix of dry and 'wet' signals.
dry
out the condensation inside the instrument. Cork grease lubricates the cork at the joint ends (or tenons). It will sometimes be necessary to visit a clarinet repairer, for instance to replace worn
Pad1) An attenuation switch found on many microphones and mixing desks, allowing a signal to be attenuated by one or more fixed amounts, such as -10 or -20dB. 2) A soft, sustained sound used in arranging or sequencing as an unobtrusive harmonic backdrop. This may be a synth sound or a natural sound, typically strings.
pads
. Occasionally it helps to look up and down the instrument to see if there are any loose screws which should be tightened. The general approach should be: handle with care because the clarinet is delicate.

The clarinet needs constant practice to in order to maintain your
EmbouchureThe way in which a wind player's lips and tongue are applied to an instrument's mouthpiece to generate pitch and timbre. In the case of a woodwind player this refers to how the mouth is formed around the mouthpiece and with a brass player how the lips are brought together inside it.
embouchure
and technique. The
EmbouchureThe way in which a wind player's lips and tongue are applied to an instrument's mouthpiece to generate pitch and timbre. In the case of a woodwind player this refers to how the mouth is formed around the mouthpiece and with a brass player how the lips are brought together inside it.
embouchure
(from the French ‘la bouche’ for ‘mouth’) describes how the mouthpiece sits in the mouth. This also includes the position of the resonating cavity of the mouth, jaw and throat. The lower lip is tucked over the bottom teeth and rests against the reed, like a cushion, and the top teeth gently press down on the mouthpiece (having a mouthpiece
Patch1) To make a temporary connection between devices. 2) A synth or sound module's program, comprising basic sound and/or sample information with other setup parameters.
patch
here is a good idea). A small number of players also put the upper lip between the top teeth and the mouthpiece resulting in a ‘double lip’
EmbouchureThe way in which a wind player's lips and tongue are applied to an instrument's mouthpiece to generate pitch and timbre. In the case of a woodwind player this refers to how the mouth is formed around the mouthpiece and with a brass player how the lips are brought together inside it.
embouchure
. Aim for a firm but relaxed
EmbouchureThe way in which a wind player's lips and tongue are applied to an instrument's mouthpiece to generate pitch and timbre. In the case of a woodwind player this refers to how the mouth is formed around the mouthpiece and with a brass player how the lips are brought together inside it.
embouchure
and an ‘open’ inside resonating cavity.

DiaphragmIn a microphone the diaphragm is a thin membrane up to 1" in diameter that converts sound waves into electrical current. A loudspeaker diaphragm does exactly the reverse.
Diaphragm
control (the
DiaphragmIn a microphone the diaphragm is a thin membrane up to 1" in diameter that converts sound waves into electrical current. A loudspeaker diaphragm does exactly the reverse.
diaphragm
is a
Flat ResponseTerm which refers to equipment that does not colour the frequency spectrum of a signal passed through it.
flat
muscle which sits beneath the lungs) is an important aspect of clarinet playing and should result in a controlled
ReleaseThe final stage of an envelope, that in synthesizers determines how long a sound will continue to play after the key has been released. In a compressor, release is the parameter that defines how long compression will continue once the input signal has fallen back below the threshold level.
release
of
AIRSome artists and producers believe that AIR - Always In Record - is a valuable technique, because it can capture moments of musical magic that may otherwise go unrecorded. It simply means that the tape or hard drive never stops running during a session.
air
being ‘pushed’ through the clarinet. One of the best exercises to practise
DiaphragmIn a microphone the diaphragm is a thin membrane up to 1" in diameter that converts sound waves into electrical current. A loudspeaker diaphragm does exactly the reverse.
diaphragm
control and
EmbouchureThe way in which a wind player's lips and tongue are applied to an instrument's mouthpiece to generate pitch and timbre. In the case of a woodwind player this refers to how the mouth is formed around the mouthpiece and with a brass player how the lips are brought together inside it.
embouchure
is to play long notes (around ten seconds) of various dynamics and pitches with the emphasis on producing an unwavering, focussed note.

Finger technique will inevitably develop by playing studies, scales and arpeggios, and pieces. A crucial thing to remember is to try to keep your fingers relaxed, which means the rest of your body needs to be relaxed.

 

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