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I think with all these devices folks continually want it to be something that it just can’t be.
There are performance EWIs, and that is their role, not to be an electronic sax, but something in its own right.
There are practice tools that are closer in to saxes via keyword designs, that, if creative, can be used as performance for sure, but do not come close to replicating a sax.
It is a lofty goal to duplicate sax electronically and allow for all the expression and nuance, but the closer you get, with ergos the same, the more costly it becomes.
You could combine all the best features of all the options and you still wouldn’t have a reasonably priced electronic sax, and I doubt any of us will ever see one in our lifetime.
At the higher price points, I would rather just buy another sax.
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