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Mountain Ocarinas; Quality durable inline ocarinas
Topic Started: 20 Nov 2009, 04:02 PM (38,243 Views)
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Play what makes you happy. - Achint

You know, I wasn't sure what to think when I first starting playing either, but after seeing what Ubizmo has been able to do with the MO, I'm convinced that it just takes some experimentation with different breath pressure and lots of practice to get the best results, just like with any other oc.

I played Ogawa ocs for many years, and I was so used to type 1 breath requirements that when I first got my Purple Clay double, I couldn't get a good sound with it. But after about two weeks of messing around with it constantly, I was much happier with it. Preference is a big part of it though. If you don't like ocarinas with textured tones, you're probably better off with that egg shaped pendant or a transverse with even breath requirements.
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