Hi guys. So I'm sorry if this is covered somewhere but the search yielded nothing. I have picked up tenor sax in the last few days. I am a travelling musician and am in Thailand now and about to go to China so I don't think I will have a chance to find a teacher until I get home next year. I have theory knowledge and I have just spent a year on trumpet, so I am hoping some of the air support and relaxation stuff will carry over. I have been playing flute to get me used to the fingerings (before I could find a sax.) Which was great cause I could play around a bit on the tenor. So I love the sax and want to begin my work right away. I am aware of the dangerous time with regards to bad habits. If you guys could provide me with a list of habits that I have to avoid then I would be eternally grateful. From what I have read, I need to be practicing long tones at varying dynamics, tonguing, with metronome (and drone for intonation) scales, and some repertoire. Is there anything else that I am missing. Any directions to suitable beginner repertoire that isnt painfully boring would be great. I love jazz, soul, classical and just about anything interesting. I thank you so much for reading this and I hope to hear from you!