stumpjumper wrote:Quite grunting or growling into the duck call when running quacks or stings. As far as the air locking in the single cuts....quite using the tip of your tongue as that creates forward pressure. Tip of the tongue should always be at the gum line of the bottom teeeth.
Way to much to fully explain here. I would suggest spending a little money and order the Carlson Calling A-Z cd and spend a little time learning and applying those lessons.
Ive heard alot worse so dont take this as a knock on you. People need to understand that a duck call is a reed operated instrument that sounds like a duck and will take time to learn to run. Its no different than handing you a sax and you simply trying to play mary had a little lamb. Just trying to put into context.
mayhem96 wrote:The reference word "hut" will do as STUMP and Shaun have said
stumpjumper wrote:mayhem96 wrote:The reference word "hut" will do as STUMP and Shaun have said
Duh hu. Hut is not a referance word I wood recommend! As it has a t in it meaning you would use the tip of your tongue to gate the note.
mayhem96 wrote:All I'm saying is I keep the tip of my tongue anchored behind the bottom row of my teeth and the tip NEVER comes up to gate the note...only the middle part of my tongue.
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