Your Sound Part 3: Throat Position

With this lesson by Jim Gailloreto (a member of the Jazz String Quintet and the Metropolitan Jazz Octet, Executive Director of Jazz Artists Resource, and Artist Faculty Jazz Saxophone at Roosevelt University in Chicago, USA), you will be able to check how the position of your throat can influence sound while playing the saxophone.

Saxophone Sound Production Part 3: Breathing (1)

The first step in the journey of the sound that we saw in the previous lesson starts inside our body—breathing. Here you can see its qualities and why Dave Liebman considers it so fundamental.

Embouchure and Sound Production Part 2

Once you have built your embouchure, the objective is not to lose it when you take a breath and articulate. And this advice by Tomás Jerez (a member of the Folium Fugit Sax Quartet and Professor of Saxophone at the High Conservatory of Castile–La Mancha, Spain) will help you with that.

Sound Production Part 2: How to Work on Air Column Flexibility

After achieving stability in the different registers, it is necessary to learn to shape the sound. Check this second lesson about sound by David Alonso (Guest Principal Saxophone of the Spanish National Orchestra, Professor of Saxophone at the Conservatory of Cáceres, and member of the Folium Fugit Sax Quartet).

Your Sound Part 2: Refining Your Sound

Check out how Jim Gailloreto (a member of the Jazz String Quintet and the Metropolitan Jazz Octet, Executive Director of Jazz Artists Resource, and Artist Faculty Jazz Saxophone at Roosevelt University in Chicago, USA) is working on the sound this time around, as he's giving his keys to refine it and get the most out of it.

Embouchure and Sound Production Part 1

Tomás Jerez (a member of the Folium Fugit Sax Quartet and Professor of Saxophone at the High Conservatory of Castile–La Mancha, Spain) explains why it is essential to pay close attention to our embouchure. In this first part, you learn to build your embouchure in three simple steps.

Sound Production Part 1: The Air Column Consistency Within Different Registers

David Alonso (Guest Principal Saxophone of the Spanish National Orchestra, Professor of Saxophone at the Conservatory of Cáceres, and member of the Folium Fugit Sax Quartet) explains his understanding of sound on the saxophone. In this first lesson, we will learn to control our air column with different intensities and registers.

Your Sound Part 1: Basic Jazz Sound

Jim Gailloreto (a member of the Jazz String Quintet and the Metropolitan Jazz Octet, Executive Director of Jazz Artists Resource, and Artist Faculty Jazz Saxophone at Roosevelt University in Chicago, USA) starts this series of lessons about sound production. In the first one, you notice how the jazz sound begins and what curious tricks can be applied on the saxophone to get it.

Saxophone Sound Production Part 1: Introduction (1)

Every bit of a legend in Jazz, Dave Liebman explains his vision of sound production on the sax, his principles, and how to dominate them in this complete series of lessons. Attentive to the presentation and the pursued objectives. This is an interesting review of the potential of expression which we can aspire to.
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