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    “My Pipes Are Too Hard!”

    You are blowing and moving your arm and wiggling your fingers just as you’ve been taught, only the sounds coming out are not what you know you are capable of producing, and you’re ready for your lungs to burst as you collapse into a puddle of sweat. Sound familiar?

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    Troubleshooting Corner: Hard Pipes

    Vin Janoski 0
    609

    “My Pipes Are Too Hard!”

    You are blowing and moving your arm and wiggling your fingers just as you’ve been taught, only the sounds coming out are not what you know you are capable of producing, and you’re ready for your lungs to burst as you collapse into a puddle of sweat. Sound familiar?

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