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· Distinguished SOTW Member
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Check out Pete Thomas' website..

Steve Neff has lots of material available as well.

Now if you are looking for something to play along to, such as a
backing track (your post is ambiguous), then online you can
find midi files, otherwise there is plenty of material available from
Jamey Aebersold on CD's.

BTW - Alto Saxophone chords are no different than chords on any
other sax or instrument. Unless you are looking for chord arpeggio
exercises written specifically for the sax.

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If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, etc., there is a digital Real Book (iReal b) that allows transposition for Eb, Bb, ect. All the Real Book tunes and it has rhythm section for play-along. It is really a good tool that I have been using. You might want to check it out.
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