A Return to Our Blog

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It’s Good to Be Back!

It’s been a while since we’ve posted here on our blog; it has been nearly 9 months- time flies! But it’s great to be back!

A New Look

For those of you that have been around for a while, you’ll have noticed we have significantly updated our site in regards to the front pages and the membership side. We’re excited about the changes and have confidence that these updates will improve everyone’s ability to learn the saxophone.

Emails and Questions

Even though we have not posted in a while we have been hard at work. We still receive many emails asking questions about the best way to buy a saxophone, the best way to practice, among many other requests. As of today we have over 100 blog posts that deal with questions like these.

Common Issues Answered

In today’s post we will list the most common issues that people face and a link to a post which provides the answer. I’m confident there will be something for everyone here. If you have questions, feel free to respond in the comment section below!

The Posts

This is a common issue that many people deal with. Here are two posts that should provide you the extra time in the day to play!

  1. Finding Time to Practice
  2. The secret to playing every day, even with a busy schedule.
One of the keys to a good tone is a proper embouchure. We go over that extensively in the free lessons, so we won’t go over that right now. However, before applying these tips, make sure you have your embouchure set.

  1. A trick that professionals use to improve their tone
  2. A quick test to see if your embouchure is correct
You’ll not only play in tune, but your tone will improve. Click here to access.
Make sure you have a good tone before you try vibrato. If you add vibrato too soon, it could make your tone worse! Check it out here!
Do you like to read? This post is just for fun, but you’ll also learn something that will help your tone improve! Click here!

More for Later

There are plenty more posts that provide essential information to help you play well, but we’ll need to get to some of them later. For now, check out these posts and let me know what you think.

Next Post

Our next post will resume where we left off (9 months ago), and we’ll continue with the Equipment Recommendations.

That’s it for now, but we’re excited to be back and I hope you discover (in these posts) what you need to improve your playing.

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      Thanks Oz!I look forward to sharing more, and hearing back from you and other saxophone players. I hope all is well with the saxophone!

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