How Do Brass Instruments Make Sound?


Brass musical instruments make sound by the basic vibration of air. Brass instruments make use of a principle of sound waves referred to as 'harmonics' for it to make the different notes. The further the air travels the lower the pitch and the valves and slides help to restrict the flow of air within a given length under which a certain base pitch and harmonics are available.
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How Do Brass Instruments Make Sound?
Brass instruments all make sound in the same way, which comes from our lips vibrating through the mouthpiece. Discover how brass instruments make sound with tips from an active trumpet player in this free video on brass instruments.... More »
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