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  1. Practicing
    Hi all, I recently watched a sax video that said that when you breathe, it should be through the corners of your mouth. This then prompted me to think about how I was breathing, and I noticed that I lift my upper lip and widen my mouth a little. I don't move my teeth at all, so when I finish...
  2. Brand Name Players ...
    [COLOR=#333333]Since the very beginning of Sax-On, at their grand opening, where they had a number of local professionals to give a mini concert, they have gone out of their way to help the woodwind playing public learn from hearing and talking with true professionals of the music world. They...
  3. Tone Producing & Embouchure
    I have a pretty good relationship with the lowest notes of my alto - I can easily get a Bb out straight off. However, my friend who also plays alto says that she's rubbish at low notes because she has rubbish air capacity in her lungs and therefore struggles to get the lowest notes out when...
  4. Tone Producing & Embouchure
    I play tenor, and I've always had trouble with tone and intonation on high notes (around middle A and up). For a long time I used to bite down on these notes, even though I knew it was a bad habit. I've weaned myself off the biting habit recently and I understand how to get air support from the...
  5. Eb Alto
    I am a 14 year old Freshman male that has been playing alto for 4 years now and recently acquired a Wexler silver or nickel plated sax (can't tell which but it is a lot heavier than my old one) and was playing great on it up to about a month ago. I started playing anywhere from 10-15 measures in...
  6. Sax Lifestyle & Sax Related Health Problems
    And how did it affect your playing?
  7. Tips and Techniques
    While playing sax, i breathing through the nose wrong? If so, why?
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