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IT'S BACK!!! I know so many of you loved my video series and many people have messaged me asking to continue it, so here we go!!!

In episode 9, I show you EXACTLY how to make ANY SONG smooth!! I go through a few different ways to do it, and in the end the results speak for themselves. Watch it and let me know what you think! Also, if you have any other video ideas please let me know!


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That actually made me go and listen to Giant Steps to cleanse my soul. I feel dirty after smooth jazz.
 

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Smooooooooooooooooootttttthhhh
As Colonel Potter once said "There's not enough O's in smooooooth!
BTW, I tried this on one of my tenors, except I used a belt sander (as the tenor is a lot larger than a CD).
Worked like a charm, with one exception...now the only tune I can play is Songbird...
Thanks for the guidance, Dave!
 

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Yeah, let's crap on the only genre of music keeping our beloved instrument relevant, and in doing so make people's disdain for jazz elitism even more focused. Sign me up!
 

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As Colonel Potter once said "There's not enough O's in smooooooth!
BTW, I tried this on one of my tenors, except I used a belt sander (as the tenor is a lot larger than a CD).
Worked like a charm, with one exception...now the only tune I can play is Songbird...
Thanks for the guidance, Dave!
That's amazing!! I hear if you sand down an alto all you can play is "In the Rain." Will try on my Mark VI soon!
 
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