Replacing tape with cork on my soprano sax.
An idea I liked from Airto that I heard from Gary Meek.
Using C major as the basis for examples.
I also mention another scale that has an interesting sound, the Phrygian Dominant scale.
Using a metronome can be frustrating. Slowing down can help, but different tempos can also feel quite different.
Let me know if you had some ideas to add!
From the Stevie Wonder Harmonica solo, on soprano sax.
If you are playing a bari sax and want to see a fingering chart and hear the notes, this is going to be the closest fingering chart for you since the notes will be an octave apart and therefore it’s the best to play along with.
Your fingers go in the same places for all the saxophones, but to play along, use this one with a bari. Maybe at some point I can make a similar video with baritone sax.