I play the flute too, so I DEFINITELY can relate to what you mean by how hard it is to play those low notes. I still have trouble playing low notes, like the low C, but there are a couple simple tips I use when playing them. 1) Tilt the flute, preferably closer to you as you play each low note.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Use the real note fingering for the upper octave note. While these basic fingerings work on the piccolo, for many notes alternate fingerings exist that are better suited to be used in particular passages, as they can make it easier to produce a good tone or can be better in tune. By letting one favor the other, your strengths can become weaknesses, or your weaknesses can become weaker. Are you covering too much of the embouchure hole i.
Standard orchestral repertoire for the modern flute never goes beyond D 7. Once again this helps you to increase the air speed yet again. Then switch to the low note fingering while continuing to sound the upper note. It gradually begins to be heard, not right away. Use the real note fingering for the upper octave note. The three octave range of notes of a flute.
Even practicing just for 15 minutes is better than nothing. Even the smallest amount of added practice can make you a better flutist. My advice to you is the following things. Don't forget to practice every day. Every fingering is the same. What helps me and could probably help you is pretending you're in a dark cave while closing your eyes By letting one favor the other, your strengths can become weaknesses, or your weaknesses can become weaker. The bottom lip can be stretched back against the teeth to make a nice smooth edge to blow over. JVas JVas 1 1 silver badge 4 4 bronze badges.