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  1. Embouchure & Tone Producing Basics
    There's been a question on my mind, and that's the difference in the saxophone and the clarinet (specifically bass) embouchure. I switched a few months ago, and although I feel as though I'm going along my merry way relatively well, I started to wonder as a regular sax player what I might be...
  2. Embouchure & Tone Producing Basics
    so i'm interested on learing sax and i bought a conductor 300 alto sax...the issue i have is that i cannot get sound of the sax right i assume i have the embouchure right but the sax just makes a really acute sound...like a screech almost, i have tried by not having the horn attached to the neck...
  3. Late Bloomers
    Sorry for the quick 2nd posting here -- but I just uploaded part two of my embouchure lesson on YouTube. It picks up where I left off on part one posted earlier this week. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib9rhuk9HXs&feature=player_embedded sincerely, ~ Rick
  4. Embouchure & Tone Producing Basics
    Sorry for the quick 2nd posting here -- but I just uploaded part two of my embouchure lesson on YouTube. It picks up where I left off on part one posted earlier this week. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib9rhuk9HXs&feature=player_embedded sincerely, ~ Rick
  5. Late Bloomers
    Hi, Folks. I just posted the first of two videos on saxophone embouchure. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0IijB7gxPg&feature=player_embedded In it, I demonstrate and explain how to form an embouchure that's suitable to your mouth. There is also a tone comparison of tight vs. loose...
  6. Embouchure & Tone Producing Basics
    Hi, Folks. I just posted the first of two videos on saxophone embouchure. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0IijB7gxPg&feature=player_embedded In it, I demonstrate and explain how to form an embouchure that's suitable to your mouth. There is also a tone comparison of tight vs. loose...
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