I was after an example of trumpet Timbre. So I imposed upon my 12 year old son, Max, who has been playing for a few years now. His tone is pretty good, at least until the higher notes. Please excuse any blatant trumpet ignorance on my part.
So we started with a middle C.
There’s lots of harmonics in a trumpet sound. And as we’ll see in a minute they include the higher notes on the same fingering.
Next note on the same fingering is a G.
Next is a C again.
Then we have an E. It’s interesting to note that the higher trumpet notes have a similar Timbre picture to those of a clarinet.
Interestingly, the E harmonic in the original middle C has a slightly different tuning.
Next is a G again.
Now it’s getting difficult. Max is getting the notes, but it’s a struggle and they lack the richness of the lower notes. Here’s the Bb.
Here’s a high C. max didn’t even know if he could get this one.
I’ll be interested to see an example from a more experienced player.