Each month in Sax School we answer questions from members in our Q&A. These sessions are packed with “knowledge bombs” that will boost your playing and make your practice more effective.
In this month’s session:
Nigel and Clair covered a whole range of topics from tone to technique and more including:
✪ Terry gets help with getting a better tone
✪ Ghulam asks about recording technique for sax players
✪ Patrick asks about how to plan a practice routine
✪ John asks about better tone on high notes
✪ Sissel gets help with flutter tongue effect on sax
✪ David asks how to get better at transcribing
✪ Patrick asks about how to play better fall offs on sax
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