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You don't really have to angle the mortise, as long as you have a lot of long grain glue surface even a wedge in a straight through tenon is there for your lifetime then many more.

If it is a big tenon, big mortise, you have to think about being able to split that stock- ie, you have to consider doing multiple wedges.

Build a bandsaw jig that cuts width wise on you desired angle, flip the stock over after every cut and get tons of perfect wedges every cut.
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