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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!
  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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