I want to ask that how to do glisando...many player do on it and sound really great. And what should i practice to improve on it? Thanks
Using the fingers, practice this slowly, gradually increasing the speed always playing close attention to control and accuracy. As Daigle56 recommends, combining the fingers with voicing (moving the larynx) can be effective.Kareeser said:I'm assuming this is for quick gliss' though, but what happens if we find a :line2:/:space5: ?
Does it still involve the larynx, or is it just quick finger movement?
Yeah...I've always heard that refered to as a fall, very common in big band charts.JL said:....the traditional way to do that is to slur down the chromatic scale....... It helps to target a note and slide down to it, also dropping your volume and essentially fading out on the target note.
Yes...it's a combination of a chromatic gliss, jaw dropping (bending), but also, a very slight growl effect, and, not to mention falling off the volume as JL said.I've always admired the downward gliss in the lower register on the original Pink Panther recording, really seamless. My guess is that there is a combination of chromatics and jaw dropping being used, but if anybody knows and wants to chime in...