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  1. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hi all, I recently borrowed a Zoom H2N recorder from a friend, who asked me to do some recording and playtesting with it. Not that I'm an expert on that, but I frequently make home recordings with my Samson CO3U condensor USB microphone (linked to a laptop and Audacity software). I think both...
  2. Sax vs. Sax, Mpc vs. Mpc, etc.
    First of all, apologies for the poor quality of my playing:mrgreen:. Clips are attached. Can you hear differences between those 3 clips? If so, what are they ? All played with Ted Klum Focustone mouthpiece 103, with 3.5 Plasticover. Answers are down below: 122 is Reference 36 124 is...
  3. Tenor mpc
    Hi all, I have some old and new recorded soundclips of 'Honky Tonk Blues" played on four mouthpieces with a very big tip opening (> 10* or 0.135 inch). These mouthpieces are used: a metal Florida USA 11* (1960-1970 model), a metal Early Babbitt 12 (1975-1980 model, signed as tip 11, but it...
  4. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hi all, I recently recorded some takes of the "Groove Merchant" (a composition by Jerome Richardson) for the SOTW TOTM of October 2011 thread. The takes are played on my two Selmer tenor saxophones: 1. Selmer Super Balanced Action (serial 50xxx) of 1952. My main horn since about 1995. The...
  5. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hi all, Having several (vintage) mouthpieces with different shank bore sizes gave me some issues with my neck cork. The smaller ones easily destroy the cork thickness, making it difficult to play the wider ones. In order to solve that issue I bought some monthes ago a second neck for my Selmer...
  6. Tenor mpc
    Hi all, I recently acquired two new mouthpieces: a Barone Rock/Fushion 9* (high baffle piece) and a current Otto Link NY 11 (custom made in 2003). Recorded them after some short play-testing in a simple Blues, just to compare the sound. As a reference I recorded also my current main piece (Otto...
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