Trumpet learning (2/3): How to develop your sound

James Ackley
Principal Trumpet South Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra (United States). Professor University of South Carolina (United States)

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The sound is probably the most important aspect of playing the trumpet in which you need to work on. Your sound is your ticket. In this video lesson, James will give you 6 areas that are key to sound development.

Trumpet learning (2/3): How to develop your sound

Recording place

Videolesson recorded in W. W. Hootie Johnson Performance Hall (Darla Moore School of Business) at University of South Carolina (United States) in May of 2016













Breathing and airflow, Sound production, Posture, Embouchure, Study techniques

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