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98, that RNT sounds a little high-pitched on the feeder. Also, the only thing I would say is to try and take some of the "grunt" and rasp out of your calling. I think you can do this by not getting air from so deep in your lungs and putting so much into it. Lip placement will also help to change the pitch a little for me. For meat calling it doesn't really matter but if you ever enter any contests you should work on making your hail calls more consistent in length and the tone about how it steps down. (Make it a gradual step-down instead of a blunt one.) NE ways sound pretty good!
 
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