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Consider practicing octave jumps too. So in addition to long tones, soft to loud to soft done over 8 beats with a tuner in front of you, attempt to play C to the octave up C and back. Then move to D. If you can't voice the clarion range, which is very common with new bass clarinet players, see your music instructor, especially if that person is a clarinet player. Good luck. Tell us how you are doing.
 
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