Finding Your Voice-ing  by Spencer Prewitt, Eric Salazar and Jessica Harrie One of the tricks to finding your best sound while maintaining good intonation and even tone quality between registers lies in being able reliably control the partials of the clarinet. A harmonic-based approach establishes a baseline tone quality and intonation, which allows students to be more precise in what they physically do to produce their sound. These simple (but not easy!) exercises that should be repeated on a variety of notes. It’s best to start on open G and work your way down chromatically. Begin by only doing the exercise on the third partialRead More →