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Tune of wind instruments and the strength of blow

The following comes from my experience playing in recorder ensembles, so I will answer your questions from the perspective of playing together with other recorders. Indeed, you can change the pitch of ...
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Tune of wind instruments and the strength of blow

If building a fipple flute type of instrument (aka a recorder) you will likely have to adjust the blowing pressure for each note. On a recorder the lower notes need a steady low pressure air stream. ...
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Tune of wind instruments and the strength of blow

Wind instruments change pitch depending on how hard they are blown. When blown harder instruments like the flute or recorder go up in pitch and instruments like the clarinet go down in pitch. ...
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Tune of wind instruments and the strength of blow

Yes, changing the air flow changes the pitch for all wind instruments. But, unlike an organ pipe, most wind instruments also have other mechanisms to alter the pitch, e.g., tongue position, embouchure,...
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Floyd Rose detuning after the first dive-bomb past dropD and can't recover E tuning on the adjustments without unlocking WHY

divebombing unloads the strings so much tension can be release all along their length - even beyond the nut and bridge pieces. When you bring the bridge back up to pitch, there is nothing to increase ...
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