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I have seen a lot of talk about the involuntary diaphragm, which is almost true. Almost? Yes, because you can sometimes fool them to work. For example, making yourself salivate. It just happens as needed but if you “think” of sucking on a VERY sour lemon, without the need, you will salivate heavier. To use the diaphragm on command, you simply need to think ...


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He does this thing known as circular breathing. A lot of musicians who play trombones or saxophones use it. K.A.A.N managed to use this while he is rapping. Basically what it is is breathing in while letting out air. It is extremely hard, and if you listen closely enough you can hear him doing it. But, at some points, I do notice him going up to 100 seconds ...


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Leaking air out of the sides of the embouchure is a really bad habit to get into if you also play real wind instruments. It can be audibly distracting and it's also totally unnecessary. Oboe players have exactly the same problem that not enough air goes through the instrument. They cope by exhaling at the end of a phrase to empty the lungs before inhaling, ...


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