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A student tries to produce notes of higher frequency by blowing a trumpet harder Discuss whether he will succeed?

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    According to the web site below, blowing harder introduces higher harmonics and air column distortion. The article describes a synthesizer, however.

    I am not a trumpet player but think the answer would be YES.

    http://www.hvsynthdesign-vsti.com/brass/controls.php

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