Hey, guys. I recently started reading things on this message board, and I might need a bit of advice. I have been playing the clarinet for quite a while now (on a less than professional, but mostly in tune horn), so I am not clueless beyond all hope. I know all the note fingerings - they're almost all the same as the clarinet, and there are fewer fingerings. And yes, I have figured out how to get the low notes. What I'm having difficulties with is what this forum is about - embouchure and tone production. I'm having trouble not using a clarinet single lip embouchure while I'm playing. I can start off with just my lips supporting it, but after a while, my lower lip will slip over my lower teeth and I find myself "biting". Also, I'm having trouble not going sharp in the upper register, and it just plain sounds bad (kinda ironic considering clarinets usually have trouble with low notes on saxes). I mean, I can make a sound all the way up to F#, but it's just that: a sound. Is there a certain shape that my throat should be in? Or is it just my embouchure problem? Thanks for any help.