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A trumpet is a musical instrument commonly used in classical and jazz ensembles. The trumpet .... As with all brass instruments, sound is produced by blowing air through closed lips, ..... Because t...

How does a trumpet produce sound? | Reference.com

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A trumpet makes sound when the musician makes a buzzing sound while blowing air through closed lips and into the mouthpiece. The air causes a standing ...

How does the trumpet generate sound? - Trumpet - Yamaha ...

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The trumpeter produces sound from the trumpet by buzzing his lips. That said, it is in fact the metallic mouthpiece that produces the sound. There are various ...

How Brass Instruments Work - The Method Behind the Music

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A trumpet, a trombone, and a tuba. Brass instruments are any tube ... Modern brass instruments produce sound through a metal mouthpiece. The mouthpiece is ...

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Brass instrument (lip reed) acoustics: an introduction

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Trumpet, horn, trombone, tuba, serpent, didjeridu. ... Sound is produced by an oscillating motion or air flow (like AC electricity). In the lip ... How does that work?

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Oct 29, 2009 ... From http://eTrumpetLessons.com this sample trumpet lesson covers ... I'm not sure how to make the buzzing sound properly or for a long time. it sounds really .... does the mouthpiece effect how you can play? like for example ...

Brass Advantage :: #14: Making a Good Sound on the Trumpet (part 1)

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... Sound on the Trumpet or for that matter any brass instrument If your trumpet ... The resulting position of the mouthpiece should now be ideal to produce a ...

How do the physics of a trumpet work, given there are only three ...

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Mar 16, 2015 ... Every note has a series of harmonic overtones -- other notes whose frequencies are ... The trumpet player's lips vibrate to produce sound, and the length of the trumpet's tubing determines the fundamental note that will be ...

Sound Production - Vienna Symphonic Library

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The fundamental (1st natural) is not used on the C trumpet. ... scales can go – many jazz trumpeters try to produce ever higher notes on the instrument and even ...

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TRUMPET How the sound is made How the pitch is changed

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A trumpet player can change pitches changing the position of his lips on the ... To produce higher or lower pitches, the player adjusts the opening between ...

Trumpet - HyperPhysics

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Music for all models is written as if they were C trumpets (written C sounds B-flat for a B-flat ... Use of valves, Producing a harmonic series, Resonance curve ...

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At its basic level, all sounds are waves which require an initial source of vibration. ... played a brass instrument will tell you, merely blowing into the instrument does nothing. ... This excess energy is the sound we hear the trumpet producing.