Category Archives: air sounds

…on singing and playing

In the past, I’ve had a tendency to dismiss or dislike singing and playing, but more recently I’ve come to enjoy it and even start to encourage composers to make use of it. I’m going to slowly rebuild this post … Continue reading

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…on writing air sounds for clarinets

Update (Feb 15, 2017): It’s the three year anniversary of this post this week, so I’ve updated it with some contrabass clarinet air sounds and a bit more information, hope that’s useful! Recently, a composer sent me an e-mail asking … Continue reading

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