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It's not double tonguing. It's an effect I call flick tonguing though there could well be a more official name. It's an effect I use from time to time and is very difficult to actually coordinate with the fingers as it's so fast. That's why I call it an effect rather than an articulation technique.

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https://tamingthesaxophone.com/flick-tonguing
 

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It's not double tonguing. It's an effect I call flick tonguing though there could well be a more official name. It's an effect I use from time to time and is very difficult to actually coordinate with the fingers as it's so fast. That's why I call it an effect rather than an articulation technique.

Here:

https://tamingthesaxophone.com/flicktonguing
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