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» How To - Softly End A Note Without Static - Before Playing The Next Sequence?, Loosing the integrity of a note when backing off air pressure. Fading

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QUOTE(ponder @ Oct 17 2017, 11:52 AM) *
Let's just call it newbie syndrome. smile.gif

I was a bit overly sensitive to one of the abbreviations used. FAS. I tend to over analyze everything in life to a point where I have trouble following anything that does not come out of my own head.

Pleased to report that kind of compulsion does at least not sound so bad when I am blowing on the end of my Newly Acquired Flute. The latter perhaps the trigger to Newbie Syndrome if that makes any sense.

I now know how to use the forum filters in order to protect others from myself. lol

Once again ... entirely my issue. Nothing a bit of flute playing wont help me with.


tongue.gif It's all good. I'm glad you're still with us, ponder! Keep asking questions. Everyone can still learn something new about our flutes every single day. Questions are good.

I'm so pleased that you are enjoying your flute. The wonderful thing about it is that when you play all your cares and anxieties and worries just float away. At least that's the way it is for me.


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Exactly.


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Ponder,
I'm sorry if my statement offended. I was more poking fun at Lisabeth and how people who play flutes tend to get one and then another and then another (as well as stuff associated with flute playing). I was not and did not intend to imply anything else. Lisabeth and I met at Musical Echoes earlier this year and we both tease each other a bit about acquiring new flutes. If my humor was offensive, I sincerely apologize.
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With thread moved to the right section, all is now well, Geoffrey. wink.gif


QUOTE(Geoffrey @ Oct 17 2017, 10:43 AM) *
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Did something go wrong with this thread? I feel like I'm missing something...like it turned sour somewhere and I failed to see it.



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I had this issue with high spirits flutes, and some of my newer designs, i opened up the wind channel, and, can get as soft as i need, or as air permits, i find this issues was because the air was not splitting evenly on the wind cutter, this is how i solved it, food for thought

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