a lot actually thanks school
why are people so sensitive about labels on this site like sorry i called you a girl when you identify as a cisgendered transsexual transgendered transiberian orchestra chicken homo girl male
I am increasingly annoyed at people who have the tendency to be explosive when they get offended. Everyone is entitled to their informed opinion and polite discourse is one of the more intellectually stimulating activities in which one can partake. It is possible to be calm and still express the fact that you’re offended. I would think most people prefer that. Also, I don’t think it matters if the person being offensive is perpetuating rape culture or making fun of the way you trip down the steps a lot; the seriousness of the issue does not warrant an inordinate of “FUCKING IGNORANT SLUT”s thrown in the person’s face. Being explosive grabs attention but lacks lasting effect. You (collective “you”) may reject the fact that catering to your audience is important, but it is important to remember that catering and conceding aren’t the same. Acting calm in the face of social injustice does not mean you have to compromise the fact that you are offended. Appealing to your audience is basic rhetoric. I believe that you will make a lot more progress with your cause if you engage in effective communication instead of angry emotional screaming.
(this was prompted because someone accused a family member of being racist today because she made a joke in innocence and they unnecessarily blew up at her and reduced her to excessive apology)
yeah I get what you’re saying, and I’ve experienced that before. That’s sort of what’s going on BUT the more I practice the less it even happens so I just have to actually have an embouchure on those notes instead of being lazy soooooooooo yeah
shostabr0vich said: I have a fox/renard and I’ve never had that problem, so I’d assume it’s either the instrument or the reed.
well yeah my school bassoon is a Fox and C and C# were always notes that I could really push on. But the rest of this instrument is SO freeblowing compared to any fox I’ve ever played that maybe it’s just the new instrument shock that is throwing me off.
i-hear-a-symphony said: yeah I have the same problem!
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okay so I have a Moosmann M24 on trial right now (all of my previous bassoons have been Foxes) and I’m having this issue where the C and C# at the top of the bass clef staff sag when I push on them unless I voice the note a lot higher than I’m used to. Is this a problem anyone else has with Moosmanns?
I’ve only had it for two days, but I’m already able to control it better. I think once I get used to the instrument’s quirks the problem will cease to be, but I’m curious to see if this has happened to anyone else.
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