High Pitch crow with too few sounds

Embouchure it too tight, pinched

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(decrease pressure in embouchure, more relaxed)


Reed is too stiff, closed off.

(check thickness of reed, balance in cane)

Low pitched crow

Lack of support

(more support to dampen the reed)


Reed too long and/or too wide

(change length and/or width of reed)

Unsupported sound on low F

Lack of support from lower jaw.

(slightly increase lower jaw support)


Lack of air column support from diaphragm

(Use faster airstream. More support from diaphragm.)

Embouchure Formation

1. Place the tip of the reed on your lower lip.


2. Now draw the reed into your mouth taking the lower lip with it.


3. Bring the top lip down slightly over the top teeth (overbite).


(top lip should be almost up to the first wire with bottom lip slightly behind it)