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  1. Practicing
    OnKey is a FREE online practicing aid tool for musicians of all levels, that generates scale and chord exercises. Use OnKey for FREE at: https://www.reameir.com/onkey Generate your own exercise by inserting a few simple parameters and get the music notes for your exercise. Happy practicing.
  2. Tone Producing & Embouchure
    Warning to self: there will be a long stream of conflicting advice :) When I first started play scales, all of six months ago, I kept my eye on the tuner. I got that from a Nigel McGill video, by the way. When I got a teacher, he suggested I stop staring at the tuner while practicing scales as...
  3. Jazz and Improvisation
    Hi guys, Im looking for pool of songs or software that plays playback on specific key (and different kind of music- blues, jazz, relaxed, funk, etc...) and practice improvising with it. I tried using youtube for playbacks but there are not many playbacks, it very finite. I will be happy for...
  4. General Discussion
    Hello all, I have a question about how you practice scales to promote your understanding of relationships between each note you play and the scale, and which notes are #s and bs. Recently I've been playing through major and dorian scales in all keys, in a simple quarter note root, eight notes...
  5. Misc. Saxophone Manufacturers
    Hi All Does anybody knows the existence of a digital saxophone but with real keys and format? What I mean is for example: An alto saxophone that does not need to blow into to play sound for the headphones plugged to it. This would allow me to practice scales and other stuff, to create finger...
  6. Practicing
    Recently I have gotten myself into quite a practice slump. I used to be able to practice a whole hour and actually play for most of that time. But now I have to force myself to practice, sometimes its not even for fifteen minutes and I don't even really play most of that time. I have had a fear...
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