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  1. jack3476 added a topic in Denúncias   

    How to Buy the Right Camping Cots For You
    Sleeping times during your camping or backpacking expeditions should not be a cause of worry. Most backpackers carry sleeping bags like those made by Therm-a-Rest. For tent campers, they would choose from a range of camping beds. However, these can be a bit bulky and unsuitable for tents. As a result, most would resort to sleeping pads or mats but these can be tough on the back.
    A good option to take on your next camping or backpacking expedition are a set of camping cots for you and your family or friends. These cots can raise you off ground level. They also reduce the chances you'll get contact with ground moisture. The price of a camping cot ranges from $40 to $100.
    Another great thing about having a camping cot is that they're very easy to erect as well as break down in order to store them. Even Boy Scout troops have been using army or camping cots for years already. They are proven to be an ideal place to rest the body and the feet at night.
    When buying a camping cot, there are also things to consider. First is the comfort it can provide. There is no sense buying something that you will regret later on. If you'll be buying it from a local store, you can ask the sales clerk to get it and to help you test it. All you need to do is to lay it down flat and to try to sit and sleep on it. Of course, if it doesn't feel right, you don't just buy it.
    The next thing to consider is its ergonomic features. It is lightweight? Does it fall down nicely enough for you to carry it all the way to the campsite or other places? There are camping cots that are offered with storage bags which fit nicely on backpacks.
    Next, your camping cot should accommodate and support your whole body. Don't go for cots that are too short. If you have one, it is time to get rid of it and buy one that fits you.
    Stability is another consideration. Camping outdoors doesn't always guarantee a perfectly flat ground area with no slight hills or rocks. You need to make sure the bottom of its framing legs are level and straight (not unless you want to roll over in your cot over night to the ground below).
     


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    How to Buy a New Brass Trumpet
    If you are considering buying a new brass trumpet, it is a good idea to purchase the best that you can afford. Based on your budget, there is a wide range of prices as well as a lot of brand name instruments from which to choose. Occasionally you will be able to find an excellent instrument for a surprisingly good price. Of course the price should not be the main reason for the purchase, but it should be part of the decision.
    When purchasing a brass trumpet, for instance, you may want to visit the retail store in your town and do a hands-on trial. That way you will get a better idea of what is out there and what options you have regarding pricing. Most professional and semi-professional musicians know what they like and know where to get what they want in an instrument. Some of them upgrade often and may be willing to sell a good used instrument to an up-and- coming young person.
    If your child is unable to find a student trumpet through the band director, you may want to consider purchasing a brass trumpet online. By purchasing online, you can comparison shop, and usually find the best deal. Especially if you can find an online store with reasonable shipping. Many schools receive catalogs of all kinds and a lot of them are for musical instruments. To get started you should check with the band/orchestra director to see what they have in the catalog that is available to them.
    Once you get an idea of what you want after checking local stores and catalogs, you sould take your search for brass trumpets online. From there you can read reviews, comparison shop different instruments and find exactly what you are looking for.
    My name is Esther Gay I have taught music for many years in elementary schools and now teach adults. I have enjoyed teaching music and want to promote music for those who want to learn an instrument. I want to help them find an instrument that is right for them. On this website, there are many musical instruments from which to choose. It makes it easy to comparison shop if you know what you want.
     

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    How to Buy a New Brass Trumpet
    If you are considering buying a new brass trumpet, it is a good idea to purchase the best that you can afford. Based on your budget, there is a wide range of prices as well as a lot of brand name instruments from which to choose. Occasionally you will be able to find an excellent instrument for a surprisingly good price. Of course the price should not be the main reason for the purchase, but it should be part of the decision.
    When purchasing a brass trumpet, for instance, you may want to visit the retail store in your town and do a hands-on trial. That way you will get a better idea of what is out there and what options you have regarding pricing. Most professional and semi-professional musicians know what they like and know where to get what they want in an instrument. Some of them upgrade often and may be willing to sell a good used instrument to an up-and- coming young person.
    If your child is unable to find a student trumpet through the band director, you may want to consider purchasing a brass trumpet online. By purchasing online, you can comparison shop, and usually find the best deal. Especially if you can find an online store with reasonable shipping. Many schools receive catalogs of all kinds and a lot of them are for musical instruments. To get started you should check with the band/orchestra director to see what they have in the catalog that is available to them.
    Once you get an idea of what you want after checking local stores and catalogs, you sould take your search for brass trumpets online. From there you can read reviews, comparison shop different instruments and find exactly what you are looking for.
    My name is Esther Gay I have taught music for many years in elementary schools and now teach adults. I have enjoyed teaching music and want to promote music for those who want to learn an instrument. I want to help them find an instrument that is right for them. On this website, there are many musical instruments from which to choose. It makes it easy to comparison shop if you know what you want.
     



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    The World of Trumpet Mutes
    Trumpet players always like gadgets, and mutes are gadgets that we actually need. It's always interesting to experiment with the different sounds you can produce. There are so many mutes on the market, it's hard to keep them straight, no pun intended. If you are really into trumpet accessories, you can collect mutes for the rest of your life and never be finished. Every year, manufacturers come out with new brands and varieties.
    When all is said and done, you will need three basic mutes...a straight mute, a cup mute, and a Harmon-style or Wah-Wah mute. The Harmon style mute is the one that is the most fun. My trumpet teacher used to tell us that if we left our mutes at home, we had left half of our horn at home. They were that important.
    The first category is straight mutes. These are the basic mute used in trumpet playing the most often, and usually should be the first mute you purchase. If the music says "muted" or "con sordino", it means with a straight mute. Many parents will go and purchase the cheapest mute they can find. Metal straight mutest sound much better than others for most circumstances. Make sure you research mutes before you buy one. Whatever mute you decide to get, you want to try and match the rest of your section because they all sound different.The most popular brands used today are the Tom Crown, Leblanc Vacchiano, Jo-Ral, and Dennis Wick. I have around ten different straight mutes that all produce different sounds that I use for different circumstances.
    Next, we have cup mutes and Harmon Style Mutes. These resemble a straight mute, but have a cup at the end that changes the sound. The Harmon, or Wah-Wah Style mute is a totally different sounding mute. I've also seen them called the Wow-Wow, and Jo-Ral calls theirs a Bubble Mute. The Harmon Brand mute is the one that started it all. In fact, regardless of the brand, they are usually called a Harmon Mute. The Harmon Brand is still a good mute, but most professional players play other brands.
     


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    Hunting Gear to Get Started
    The appropriate gear not only ensures a successful hunting expedition but also keeps you in safe hands. If you're a novice at hunting, getting geared-up for the act can be confusing. But, it's never too late to learn. We'll help you pack your bags for an upcoming encounter with the wild.
    1. Licensing and Regulations:
    Procuring a license and abiding by regulations will keep you out of trouble. You can purchase a hunting license from the wildlife agency in charge of the particular hunting area. It is necessary to review a copy of the regulations that govern the game site. These regulations provide vital information on the permitted hunting time, the species and gender of the game and the weapons that can be used. The laws are amended each year.
    2. Guns and Ammunitions:
    You will need the right guns and ammo. It differs based on the game and season. A store owner that sells hunting equipment can guide when it comes to choosing equipment.
    3. Apparel
    Most game animals have a highly developed sense of smell. Hence, hunters should conceal their identity in the wild. Army clothing, colored dark green and brown can help you camouflage with the environment. Wear clothes made of light, moisture wicking materials. Carry a separate pair of hunting shorts, a T-shirt and a jacket. Boots may be needed depending on the time of the year and kind of game. If you wear boots, they should be light and hit at the ankle. They should offer good traction in all conditions.
    4. Handy Devices and Material:
    The hunting paraphernalia is incomplete without a map of the region and a pair of binoculars. Game sites are extensive, and it is easy to get lost. You should take a trail map, a landmark map and parking map. If the site is a general one, you can find the particular maps online or you can purchase them at a wildlife center. Binoculars are very useful for distant viewing.
    Dogs make great hunting companions when targeting ducks, rabbits and squirrels. A GPS device helps with directions. You should keep a flashlight or headlight close at hand for nighttime expeditions.
    5. Vehicles:
    All-terrain vehicles or ATVs are beneficial when hunting for a big game. Boats, on the other hand, can be used for waterfowl. The vehicle and the boat are not a compulsion.
    Other camping supplies you can take along are a gun cleaning kit, food, water and your cell phone.the Hunter after catching the animal has to field dress it. This requires a knife, honing stone, plastic bags, disposable gloves and cleaning supplies.
    Hunting in groups is often preferred to hunting alone one for companionship and second for the sake of safety. Plan ahead of time and make your expedition a memorable one.
    You like to go hunting? hope you have enjoyed this article there are more ideas and choices of equipment to be looked at, admired and chosen from.
     


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    Hunting Gear to Get Started
    The appropriate gear not only ensures a successful hunting expedition but also keeps you in safe hands. If you're a novice at hunting, getting geared-up for the act can be confusing. But, it's never too late to learn. We'll help you pack your bags for an upcoming encounter with the wild.
    1. Licensing and Regulations:
    Procuring a license and abiding by regulations will keep you out of trouble. You can purchase a hunting license from the wildlife agency in charge of the particular hunting area. It is necessary to review a copy of the regulations that govern the game site. These regulations provide vital information on the permitted hunting time, the species and gender of the game and the weapons that can be used. The laws are amended each year.
    2. Guns and Ammunitions:
    You will need the right guns and ammo. It differs based on the game and season. A store owner that sells hunting equipment can guide when it comes to choosing equipment.
    3. Apparel
    Most game animals have a highly developed sense of smell. Hence, hunters should conceal their identity in the wild. Army clothing, colored dark green and brown can help you camouflage with the environment. Wear clothes made of light, moisture wicking materials. Carry a separate pair of hunting shorts, a T-shirt and a jacket. Boots may be needed depending on the time of the year and kind of game. If you wear boots, they should be light and hit at the ankle. They should offer good traction in all conditions.
    4. Handy Devices and Material:
    The hunting paraphernalia is incomplete without a map of the region and a pair of binoculars. Game sites are extensive, and it is easy to get lost. You should take a trail map, a landmark map and parking map. If the site is a general one, you can find the particular maps online or you can purchase them at a wildlife center. Binoculars are very useful for distant viewing.
    Dogs make great hunting companions when targeting ducks, rabbits and squirrels. A GPS device helps with directions. You should keep a flashlight or headlight close at hand for nighttime expeditions.
    5. Vehicles:
    All-terrain vehicles or ATVs are beneficial when hunting for a big game. Boats, on the other hand, can be used for waterfowl. The vehicle and the boat are not a compulsion.
    Other camping supplies you can take along are a gun cleaning kit, food, water and your cell phone.the Hunter after catching the animal has to field dress it. This requires a knife, honing stone, plastic bags, disposable gloves and cleaning supplies.
    Hunting in groups is often preferred to hunting alone one for companionship and second for the sake of safety. Plan ahead of time and make your expedition a memorable one.
    You like to go hunting? hope you have enjoyed this article there are more ideas and choices of equipment to be looked at, admired and chosen from.
     


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    The Role of the Trumpet Within a Big Band
    The trumpet has always been an integral part of the traditional big band, both as a lead instrument and as a soloist. The section consists of four players, with the first chair being labeled the "lead" chair and the second part generally considered the "jazz" chair. Although improvised solos can be played by any of the four players, the second trumpet is usually depended upon to cover the solos within the section when needed.
    It is the "lead" trumpet that carries the melody over all other musicians during full band sections. This important position carries quite a large responsibility, mainly because it is he/she who is called upon to play the highest notes within the ensemble sections.
    Melodic and Harmonic Roles
    In traditional big band repertoire, the trumpet section provides both melodic and harmonic roles. Melodies can be played by one or up to all four players at one time. Melodic roles are often coupled with instruments of similar timbre, such as the alto saxophone. As a melodic instrument, the trumpet is generally in the middle range when matched with other instruments. The upper register is used for full ensemble sections where the lead player must carry the melody over the rest of the band.
    When fulfilling a harmonic role, the section is usually voiced in either three or four distinct parts. Since the trumpets are set in the upper register of the ensemble, they have the responsibility of covering the upper extensions of the given chord. In harmonic roles, the section often extends the basic chord tones (i.e. root, 3rd, seventh) that are played by the trombone and saxophone sections. These upper extensions often take the form of a simple triad when played alone, but create sophisticated extended chords when playing with saxophone and trombones.
    Mutes and Utility Instruments
    Modern trumpeters today are expected to own and carry a variety of mutes to alter the sound of the instrument. In every trumpeter's bag are a straight mute, a cup mute, a harmon mute and plunger. Each of these "tools" are designed to alter the color and sound of the instrument by bringing out low (cup and plunger) or high (straight and harmon) overtones. The use of mutes can significantly alter the overall sound of the section with a wide variety of colors. Gil Evans was one famous arranger that used muted trumpets extensively in his arrangements and compositions.
    In addition, most professional trumpeters today own a flugel horn. This instrument looks like a large trumpet, but sounds much more mellow and with a limited high range. Flugel horns are used primarily for melody, but can also be used as harmonic pads with the big band. Modern writers such as Maria Schneider utilize flugel horns in this role quite often
     

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  8. jack3476 added a topic in Denúncias   

    The Role of the Trumpet Within a Big Band
    The trumpet has always been an integral part of the traditional big band, both as a lead instrument and as a soloist. The section consists of four players, with the first chair being labeled the "lead" chair and the second part generally considered the "jazz" chair. Although improvised solos can be played by any of the four players, the second trumpet is usually depended upon to cover the solos within the section when needed.
    It is the "lead" trumpet that carries the melody over all other musicians during full band sections. This important position carries quite a large responsibility, mainly because it is he/she who is called upon to play the highest notes within the ensemble sections.
    Melodic and Harmonic Roles
    In traditional big band repertoire, the trumpet section provides both melodic and harmonic roles. Melodies can be played by one or up to all four players at one time. Melodic roles are often coupled with instruments of similar timbre, such as the alto saxophone. As a melodic instrument, the trumpet is generally in the middle range when matched with other instruments. The upper register is used for full ensemble sections where the lead player must carry the melody over the rest of the band.
    When fulfilling a harmonic role, the section is usually voiced in either three or four distinct parts. Since the trumpets are set in the upper register of the ensemble, they have the responsibility of covering the upper extensions of the given chord. In harmonic roles, the section often extends the basic chord tones (i.e. root, 3rd, seventh) that are played by the trombone and saxophone sections. These upper extensions often take the form of a simple triad when played alone, but create sophisticated extended chords when playing with saxophone and trombones.
    Mutes and Utility Instruments
    Modern trumpeters today are expected to own and carry a variety of mutes to alter the sound of the instrument. In every trumpeter's bag are a straight mute, a cup mute, a harmon mute and plunger. Each of these "tools" are designed to alter the color and sound of the instrument by bringing out low (cup and plunger) or high (straight and harmon) overtones. The use of mutes can significantly alter the overall sound of the section with a wide variety of colors. Gil Evans was one famous arranger that used muted trumpets extensively in his arrangements and compositions.
    In addition, most professional trumpeters today own a flugel horn. This instrument looks like a large trumpet, but sounds much more mellow and with a limited high range. Flugel horns are used primarily for melody, but can also be used as harmonic pads with the big band. Modern writers such as Maria Schneider utilize flugel horns in this role quite often
    Famous Big Band Trumpeters and Sections
    Trumpet players and big band trumpet sections can be found throughout the history of jazz. Maynard Ferguson, for example, made his debut with the Stan Kenton Orchestra during the 1950s. Maynard played lead trumpet and was featured as a high note virtuoso at a young age. He later went on to lead his own big and small bands for more than half a century. High note artists such as Stan Mark and Lynn Nicholson were members of famous Maynard Ferguson trumpet sections.
     


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    The World of Trumpet Mutes
    Trumpet players always like gadgets, and mutes are gadgets that we actually need. It's always interesting to experiment with the different sounds you can produce. There are so many mutes on the market, it's hard to keep them straight, no pun intended. If you are really into trumpet accessories, you can collect mutes for the rest of your life and never be finished. Every year, manufacturers come out with new brands and varieties.
    When all is said and done, you will need three basic mutes...a straight mute, a cup mute, and a Harmon-style or Wah-Wah mute. The Harmon style mute is the one that is the most fun. My trumpet teacher used to tell us that if we left our mutes at home, we had left half of our horn at home. They were that important.
    The first category is straight mutes. These are the basic mute used in trumpet playing the most often, and usually should be the first mute you purchase. If the music says "muted" or "con sordino", it means with a straight mute. Many parents will go and purchase the cheapest mute they can find. Metal straight mutest sound much better than others for most circumstances. Make sure you research mutes before you buy one. Whatever mute you decide to get, you want to try and match the rest of your section because they all sound different.The most popular brands used today are the Tom Crown, Leblanc Vacchiano, Jo-Ral, and Dennis Wick. I have around ten different straight mutes that all produce different sounds that I use for different circumstances.
    Next, we have cup mutes and Harmon Style Mutes. These resemble a straight mute, but have a cup at the end that changes the sound. The Harmon, or Wah-Wah Style mute is a totally different sounding mute. I've also seen them called the Wow-Wow, and Jo-Ral calls theirs a Bubble Mute. The Harmon Brand mute is the one that started it all. In fact, regardless of the brand, they are usually called a Harmon Mute. The Harmon Brand is still a good mute, but most professional players play other brands.
     

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    Nebraska Whitetails - Bow Hunting The Corn Husker State
    The sound of leaves crunching in the distance alerted me to the slow progression of several deer approaching my stand site. My heart began to flutter in anticipation of their arrival, as the staccato rhythm of advancing footfalls grew louder and louder. The first deer to appear on the scene was a medium-sized doe, followed by an 8-pointer and a much larger buck whose unique-looking rack sported a small sticker point, and a broken left brow tine. As I embraced the magic of the moment, a surge of deep concentration took over my thought process. My eyes immediately centered on the bigger of the two bucks. After casting a few quick glances in his direction, I instantly determined that he was a "shooter."
    My position was ideal. A strategically placed ladder stand blended in well with the surrounding terrain. The stand was located approximately 15 feet above the ground in one of several large oak trees that overlooked a gradually sloping hillside. This particular area was a virtual haven for white-tailed deer. It offered an assortment of natural attractants that appealed to bucks of all shapes and sizes, including the most dominant and mature. The presence of a nearly impenetrable cedar thicket to the south served as a secure sanctuary for their daytime bedding area. In addition, a small creek bottom and a recently picked cornfield nestled below the stand of oaks provided an inviting buffet of food and water. Also, large family groups of female deer commonly gathered on the hillside oak flat at sundown to feed, which further increased its allure.
    From my elevated perch, I watched the 8-pointer vigorously work over a large scrape and its helpless overhanging branch. Meanwhile, the bigger buck appeased his appetite by devouring a healthy amount of acorns. He was also quite intent on analyzing the actions of several does that were now lurking in the nearby shadows. Since it seemed obvious that he had no idea I was in the immediate area, I figured it was safe to try tickling his auditory nerve. I assumed that I could prey upon his natural impulses as his attitude clearly indicated that he was ready to start the breeding ritual. After slowly reaching for my grunt tube, I followed with three short tending grunts in an attempt to lure him into bow range. It seemed to work as he stepped out from a patch of thick brush and started heading in my direction.
     


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    How To Choose The Right Trumpet
    If you are just beginning to learn how to play the trumpet, or have a child that is, you have likely already pondered the question, "How do I choose the right trumpet?" The choices are many, and the prices range anywhere from a hundred dollars up to several thousand dollars. So, which one is best for you?
    Let me break it down in a simplified way. First of all, you can think of trumpets as beginner horns, intermediate horns, or professional horns. Beginner horns typically sell for under $500. Intermediate horns sell in the range of $500-$1500. Professional quality horn generally begin around $1500 and go up from there.
    Although the quality is different, all of them are fine as long as they coincide with your current skill level. It makes little sense for a beginner to buy a professional horn. There are two reasons for this. 1) You don't yet know if this will be something you will continue to pursue for a while. 2) A beginner is still going to sound like a beginner no matter how good the horn is. So, the best thing to do is buy a new beginner horn or possibly a nice used intermediate horn. Professional trumpets are great, but really only necessary if you play professionally or have been playing several years and are unhappy with the performance of your current instrument.
     


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    A Beginner's Guide to Buying a Trumpet
    Musicians who enjoy genres such as jazz and classical may be keen to invest in a trumpet, as it suits both styles perfectly. But with many different types available, they may be well advised to consider a variety of factors before choosing to make an investment.
    This is mainly because there are several different types of trumpets, as instruments such as flugel horns and cornets form part of its family. While they all have the same fingering, key, range and basic design, there are a number of fundamental differences.
    They each vary in shape, length and bore size, and they all have their own distinctive and easily distinguishable sounds. For example, cornets are known to offer a much thicker, richer and mellower sound than other types of trumpet, many of which offer greater sharpness and brilliance.
    Another factor to consider is the buyer's level of competence, as a flugel horn for instance could be better suited to more advanced musicians. Looking at the specifications of different trumpets could help students or younger players decide which one is best suited to their needs.
    Indeed, trumpets with larger bores can be more powerful than smaller alternatives. However, it takes considerably more effort to generate the desired sounds on these instruments, which makes them fundamentally more appropriate for advanced players.
    Beginners and younger musicians may instead prefer to buy a trumpet that has a horn with small bore, as they will find it much easier to support a tone using one of these.
    Most trumpet bores are sized between.458" and.460", so buyers need to look at what options are on the market and think about which is most likely to work well for them.
    There are other technical differences that need to be considered also, such as the trumpet's valves. These are a critical component as they ensure the instrument can be played quickly and smoothly. However, the last thing a student wants to do is take their prized trumpet apart, and this is why instruments for beginners typically have hard and durable nickel-plated pistons.
    They can withstand not being cleaned regularly, whereas the monel pistons contained in more advanced trumpets require constant cleaning and lubrication. While this may make them more high maintenance, these are highly resistant to corrosion and can last for many years.
    One of the other key parts of the trumpet is the mouthpipe - which connects the mouthpiece to the main tuning slide. These are typically made from various types of brass, although rose brass is generally used in instruments aimed at students.
    The final piece to consider is the trumpet bell. Both beginners and professionals will find that most bells are made from yellow brass. However, this is not a standard across all trumpets, as musicians could favour other options.
    A rose brass bell, for example, can offer a much warmer and darker tone, while the way in which they have been constructed could also affect its sound and performance.
     

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    The Advantage of a Custom Built Schilke Trumpet
    Schilke trumpets have a reputation as being "open" horns, which is a quality that many professional horn players prefer. Schilke is known as the custom builder that are among the most reasonably priced on the market. Silver plated and gold plated models are available, and professional trumpet players can be very particular about the exact mouthpiece, mouth pipe, bell, and tubing design. They want to get the best possible sound for their particular likes and playing situations, whether it's a community band or a professional symphonic band or orchestra.
    When trumpet enthusiasts talk about Schilke trumpets, they know that they are talking about one of the most respected brands of musical instrument in the world. Not everyone can afford a custom trumpet, but Schilke makes several non-custom models so that those who love playing trumpet, but who don't have the money for a custom built instrument can experience the great Schilke sound first hand.
    There are a number of factors that go into getting a great sound from a trumpet. Of course the particulars of the musician - embouchure, practice habits, venue for playing - definitely have an influence. But the qualities of the trumpet itself makes a difference, too. Silver plated bells are known for their richer sound, and the bore of the tubing has an influence on the sound a musician is able to get from a trumpet. Schilke maximizes the qualities that result in great trumpet sound, and for those who are extra particular and have the means, they make custom trumpets to create the best match between musician and instrument.
    Depending on the type of music and the venue in which it is played, different models of the same instrument can make a difference to the sound quality. Schilke trumpets are experts at knowing what goes into getting the right sound for an auditorium, an outdoor setting, or any other arrangement of acoustics. When professional trumpet players feel like they are ready to buy a custom horn, Schilke is the brand they often turn to first.
     



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    Outdoor Survival - Learn Some Basic Techniques For Surviving In Cold Conditions
    Since the dawn of man, people have learned to use techniques for surviving in any condition. One only has to look at a map of the globe and see that any habitat that nature can throw at humans has been turned into livable terrain. Even the polar extremes have hearty bands of people crossing their vast expanses.
    What separates people in different habitats at times are the specific techniques for finding the three basic elements required to sustain human life: water, food, and shelter. In this series, we take a brief look at different habitats and how each one can present a challenge in obtaining one of the three key resources.
    Cold Regions:
    Polar temperatures can drop to as low as -60 degrees C and never eclipse the freezing point. Travel in these regions is extremely tough on the body and if you find yourself in a survival situation in this climate it is advised not to do more traveling than is absolutely necessary. The biggest risk is being caught out in an area where no suitable shelter can be obtained to protect from the harsh elements. Another problem with traveling is that compass use in cold regions is generally not an option due to inaccuracy relating to the magnetic pole proximity. The best travel guide is the sky in these areas but in order to use this method one would have to travel during the frigid night when stars are visible. A tip for necessary travel, if trees are available one can attempt to make snowshoes from small trees by bending a fresh branch in a teardrop shape, secure it with local rope-like material and make a platform to stand on.
    The key to finding quick shelter in cold regions is locating either natural shelter such as rock or ice formations that protect from the wind or trees that can serve as shelter from the wind and are free from heavy snow accumulation. If out in the open, generally the only option is to construct a barrier to the elements such as an igloo using the available snow and ice.
    Finding suitable fire material also can present a significant challenge, especially if no trees are available. If fuel is available from a disabled vehicle can it serve as a temporary source of fuel for a fire. Other options include animal fat and any plant material that can be scavenged. One word of advice is to be extremely careful in starting a fire near any ice/snow shelter as the heat can quickly melt the structure leaving one further exposed.
     


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    Hunting whitetail deer is a challenging endeavor. Once dominated by men, more and more women are taking to the woods. Many women have harvested trophy bucks by keeping a few things in mind.
    One important thing for women to remember when preparing for a hunt is the recoil of the deer rifle. Of course for some ladies this may not be a problem, but a shoulder should not look like it was hit by a truck after two or three shots at a deer. There are some great rifles with high power but less recoil such as the.243,.223,.308 and others. In the case of bows, start lifting weights at least two times a week. This will help increase stamina for those situations when the bow may be drawn for some time before a shot can be made.
    The next thing to consider immediately before the hunt is scent control. hairspray, body spray and perfume are off limits. Some makeup is scented so be careful about what is applied to the face. Skipping makeup altogether may be best though some ladies are unwilling to do this. The good news is that deer hunting is not a beauty contest. The exception to this would be if Mr. Right happens to be in the hunting party but that can be discussed in another article. Be sure to use scent eliminator spray at the hunt especially on the hair if it is thick. Bathe in scent eliminating body wash and shampoo that morning as well as wash hunting clothes in scent eliminating laundry detergent. Also, scent eliminating deodorant under the arms and even on the bottoms of the feet is helpful. Feet do sweat in warm socks so this seems to help control odor.
    Women should enjoy hunting deer as much as the guys do. Keeping these simple things in mind will help to make it a positive experience and hopefully even lead to showing off a trophy buck.
     
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