1. Blow from the diaphragm: “Don’t blow from your chest,” says Taylor. “Blow like you would to steam a mirror.”
2. Use voice inflection: “Talk—don’t grunt or growl,” says Taylor. “Work that call like you would a kazoo. I use dut for low clucks, dat for high ones. Start slow, then speed up: Dut. Dut. Dut. Dat dut. Dut dat dat dut datdutdatdut.” 3. Work your hands: “Even with a flute call, you can cup your hand over the end of the barrel. Open and close it to help produce multiple tones and breaks,” says Foster.