“I have played sax for one year, I haven’t played anything before.
But the sound, how could I get that powerful sound. Should I blow hard ?”
On day 1, sounded “Like when you put your feet on the tail of a cat”
(playing for one year)
(practices five days a week)
Keep practicing. Your sound on saxophone is probably much more powerful than it was at the beginning. So in some ways, you can continue doing what you are doing and your sound will get better.
Your description of how you sounded on day 1 made me laugh by the way! Not laughing at you though, just a funny description. If you have read what others wrote on Sax Station, you’ll see that most people don’t sound great on day 1.
The amount you practice in a week sounds all right. If you increase it to ever day, that would help.
The size of your sound depends partly on the reed and mouthpiece you use.
I would not necessarily recommend changing mouthpieces before you had been playing for a year, but that’s maybe an option. A simpler and less expensive option would be to try a different reed. Of course, I’m not sure what reed/mouthpiece you are using now.
Practicing ballads/long tones and really listening can help.
And it’s possible you have some bad habits which reduce your sound as well. They could be the neckstrap position, your posture, etc.
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