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In addition to Aaron's useful suggestions: Practise the 'K' sound on its own. You could alternately play a scale or simple melodic motif using 'T' articulation then 'K'. The goal here is to make the 'K' sound as incisive as the 'T'. Bear in mind that what you hear by conduction through your skull to your ears is not the same as the room sound that everyone ...


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A few practice tips: Keep the vowel consistent: rather than "tu ka", try "tu ku" or "ta ka". Try different vowels: "tee kee" or even "toh koh" might work better for you. Try different consonants: "D" and "G" are often taught instead of "T" and "K". I use both depending ...


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