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  1. You sound great on both mpcs! I do hear a richer...

    You sound great on both mpcs! I do hear a richer tone when you're playing the DC3. More overtones I suspect.
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    Both mpcs sound great to my ear. I'd give the...

    Both mpcs sound great to my ear. I'd give the edge to the DC4. Don't know if a bit warmer is the right way to describe it or if there's a bit more over tones with the DC4.
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    Very nice Micah! Loved the dramatized video too.

    Very nice Micah! Loved the dramatized video too.
  4. Great and thorough review John! In listening to...

    Great and thorough review John! In listening to all your recordings it sounds to my ears like the Sinfonico's intonation is excellent. Don't hear any sharp tendencies even for the 6th partial...
  5. John wrote, Agreed! I watched it a couple of...

    John wrote,
    Agreed! I watched it a couple of times and donít see circular breathing. On my music at #3 I have NB marked (no breath), but donít think I could do that today. This recording is one of...
  6. I know this thread is a few years old, but I just...

    I know this thread is a few years old, but I just saw a new video of "The Swan" (Saint-SaŽns, arr. Drew Fennell) played by Matonizz. Gorgeous tone, pitch perfect and excellent phrasing! Matonizz has...
  7. I too played taps at 3 o'clock on my front porch...

    I too played taps at 3 o'clock on my front porch under the American flag.
  8. Iíve subscribe to the Marine Band YouTube channel...

    Iíve subscribe to the Marine Band YouTube channel (by just clicking the icon there) so anytime thereís something new on their channel I get a pop-up when I launch my browser.
  9. Memorial Day "Taps" - The Presiden'ts Own U.S. Marine Band

    This is very well done by the trombone section of "The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzk-6fgng44
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    Thereís another tread about Dr. Earle Louder here...

    Thereís another tread about Dr. Earle Louder here: where Dave and Robert Pendergast posted two interesting links.
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    Thanks Dave and Robert for sharing these...

    Thanks Dave and Robert for sharing these excellent links. Dr. Louder will be dearly missed.
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    R.I.P. Earle Louder

    Just read this over on TubeNet here:

    R.I.P. Earle http://forums.chisham.com/images/smilies/icon_sad.gif

    It is with much sadness that we share the news that Dr. Earle L. Louder passed away...
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    Agreed John. The ‘guy behind the wheel’ can make...

    Agreed John. The ‘guy behind the wheel’ can make all choices sound good.
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    I listened to this first with my iPad. Didnít...

    I listened to this first with my iPad. Didnít hear much difference so wanted to listen with my PC with good external speakers and subwoofer. They were still very similar with a slight edge to the...
  15. Welcome to Dave Werden's forum! It sounds to...

    Welcome to Dave Werden's forum!

    It sounds to me like you had the 641 – which is very similar to the 621 but with compensating valves. My other horn (still in possession of my grandson) is a 641....
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    Congrats on your new horn! It looks great. If...

    Congrats on your new horn! It looks great. If there had to be any place where there was a lacquer blemish or bleed, I would chose the bottom bow for that.

    Hope you have many years of prosperous...
  17. Thread: Vibrato

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    Some trumpet players use 'hand vibrato' or the...

    Some trumpet players use 'hand vibrato' or the shaking of the horn. Pretty sure Harry James used that method. Much easier to use that method on trumpet than any larger horn.
  18. Thread: Vibrato

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    I'm not a pro but pretty good hobbyist. I use jaw...

    I'm not a pro but pretty good hobbyist. I use jaw or some call it lip vibrato. I try to only use it during solos and just on longer held notes. Especially at the end of the phrase. The speed of...
  19. Excellent Dave! I really like the sound with the...

    Excellent Dave! I really like the sound with the DC4 too.
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    There is a link to pictures a few posts above.

    There is a link to pictures a few posts above.
  21. I was teasing too Sara. My wife that I've been...

    I was teasing too Sara. My wife that I've been married to now for 50 years is very understanding. The 'happy wife' remark was tongue in cheek - that's why I used a smiley face.
  22. John, you crack my up. I remember when I got my...

    John, you crack my up. I remember when I got my new M5050 it cost me extra as I needed to get my wife a new sewing machine. :) Happy wife = happy life.
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    Very nice! Thanks for sharing Dennis.

    Very nice! Thanks for sharing Dennis.
  24. You probably know this already but be careful...

    You probably know this already but be careful changing style of buttons as it may affect your port alignment on the ‘down stroke’. May need more or less felt thickness.
  25. Anna Benigni - junior recital @ FIU 7PM today

    I just received an email from Jay Bertolet announcing that one of his euphonium students, Anna Benigni, is giving her junior recital at 7PM today, April 20, 2021, on FIU's campus. It's also being...
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