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  1. Tips and Techniques
    I've been working on Christian Lauba's Salsa etude, which asks for slap-tongued 16ths at quarter = 126 (it actually asks for 16th sextuplets at the tempo as well, but everyone I've listened to either slows down for that or just double tongues). I can't seem to get my slap tongue much faster than...
  2. Jazz and Improvisation
    What are some of your favorite fast/up-tempo solos, or solos with a lot of double-time in them?
  3. Practicing
    Hey everyone, I am starting another new series on my channel called "Real Talk Real Tips" where I give both saxophone and general musical advice, tips, and tricks. This first episode is something I've been asked about a bunch, and that's how to play fast lines cleanly and smoothly. Have a look...
  4. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hey everyone!! New video is up, and it's pretty crazy. In response to reaching 1000 followers on Instagram, I played Giant Steps at 1000bpm!!! This was (obviously) insanely hard, but I really wanted to do something special. I hope you like it!!
  5. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Playing really fast...why do we do it? Because machine gun 8th notes are awesome :twisted: Seriously though, how many of you have turned up the heat on some of your gigs? I was going through some recordings of gigs and found this one of my quartet playing My Shining Hour. It was the last tune...
  6. Playing Songs
    I need some song suggestions! I am playing with a gospel/jazz group and I need a couple of up beat songs that I could do as solos. I am currently working on Kirk Whalum's 'Fit to Battle'. That is going to be me and a trombone. A couple of others would be great. Will be traveling to France...
  7. Altissimo and Multiphonics
    Play altissimo in NO TIME with Johnny Screecher's Extreme Sax Workouts method! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y14jyuoDag8
  8. Tips and Techniques
    If any of you are looking for a way to make your sax playing a little more extreme, look no further than Johnny Screecher's upcoming Youtube tutorials; "Extreme Sax Workouts".
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