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As we all know, clarinet is the only axe that sax players double on that is not built in octaves. Would it be possible to modify a clarinet to play in octaves and thus make doubling a lot easier? What would have to be done? I hope someone with a stronger background in acoustics than I have will respond!
 

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Lame. Seriously man, clarinet is not that hard. Go get an EWI if you want to "double" but don't actually want to learn the double.
Everytime I put my toe in the water here at Sax On The Web a poster like you writes something rude and renforces my decision to just be a lurker and not a contributor. Have a nice life ericdano. It's good to know you are an accomplished reed man and can play all the doubles with equal aplumb. Oh wait, I don't think I've seen your name in the credits of any recordings!!!
 
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