The Aurus 7 Diaphragm Trainer for Clarinet & Saxophone is the most effective method to train your diaphragm and abdominal muscles in just 5-10 minutes of practice each day. It is a simple device that causes a targeted loss of air. As a result, the diaphragm and abdominal muscles need to work harder and more efficiently.
The Aurus 7 allows musicians of all levels to specifically train their diaphragm while using their instrument.
Until now, clarinettists and saxophonists had to carry out time-consuming and exhausting exercises away form their instrument. Now you can train your diaphragm quickly and efficiently with the patented Aurus 7, a metronome and a tuner. The success is immediately noticeable.
This small but effective device causes a well-directed loss or air by lifting the upper lip. This results in the abdominal muscles being exposed to a much stronger strain.
As well as this, the Aurus 7 helps to obtain a rich and warm sound, which occurs when more overtones resonate in the sound. To achieve this, you need to reduce the pressure on the clarinet or saxophone reed. You can practise this specifically with the Aurus 7.
The Aurus 7 is suitable for all clarinet and saxophone mouthpieces. The individual parts of the Aurus 7 are made of food-safe silicone and stainless steel and are easy to clean.
How to Use the Aurus 7
All you need is a tuner, a metronome, and a little patience.
Hold the Aurus 7 with your left hand (the knurled screw points to the right). Place the Aurus over the tip of the mouthpiece and lock it in place by turning the knurled screw.
Place your upper lip over the two wings. Breathe in deeply and slowly (approx. 6 to 10 seconds) and then blow vigorously without tonguing (use your stomach muscles). Despite the resulting loss of air, a tone must sound and a frequency of 440 Hz must be reached. You can check this with the tuner.
Use the Aurus every day for 5-10 minutes for best results.
- 1 x Aurus 7 Diaphragm Trainer
- Detailed instructions
- Free downloadable exercises and sheet music