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Pete Effamy

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Lovely player. Similar to Sal Lozano (alto 2 Big Phat Band) - a proper 'doubler' and reeds player.
 

Pete Effamy

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Ah ok. Thanks Randy. Dood-n and my term dead-tonguing is more or a brass thing I think. It's good because it fits with them too, but muted tonguing is great because that's exactly what it is! I wonder if his terms are Berkeley terms?
 
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randulo

Playing alto 2 1/2 years
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Ah ok. Thanks Randy. Dood-n and my term dead-tonguing is more or a brass thing I think. It's good because it fits with them too, but muted tonguing is great because that's exactly what it is! I wonder if his terms are Berkeley terms?
You mean like the highly-contested "lip turn"? :rolleyes:
 

spike

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Dood-n and my term dead-tonguing
We had a thread about this many moons and years ago here on the Caff.
I refer to it as ghost tonguing. PT has another term for it.
When I first caught myself doin' it I didn't know what I was doing.
It took me days playing into the corner of my practice room to figure out how I was doing it.
Dood-n sounds good though cos that's what it sounds like.
 

Pete Effamy

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Because I haven't taught much in a while I forgot this: when I teach this, it occurs to me that it is like staccato - but really poorly executed. I also call it crap staccato.

I learned it after hearing this (really apparent at about 2'35"):

View: https://youtu.be/jSwPJcZucdw
 
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