Woo hoo, Im just about to set off to do my first wedding service gig on the sax, cant wait hee hee
Great news!Woo hoo, Im just about to set off to do my first wedding service gig on the sax, cant wait hee hee
Maybe Ulf Andersson (http://www.saxulf.com/), a heck of a saxplayer and ABBA's saxplayer, can do a clinic for Sharp and other pros!
Cheers forthe good words, they are really appreciated c9off . You are right in saying I cant wait for the next one , Ive gained so much from doing this one. Ive only been playing the sax for around 20 months now, and Ive really taken to it,its a real part of me now.Great job you've done there, alot of thought & effort obviously went into making it special for them... thanks for sharing!
Bet you can't wait for the next one eh?!
Cheers for the good comments c9off, Ive played lead guitar for years and some keyboard work too, started on the Penny whistle about 3.5 years ago and worked up to sax, next stop is a Tenor when I can afford one , too many demands on the finances at the moment though. I tried the program to spin the footage, but it just kept crashing on me, Ill give it another shot on my music PC instead.Hey Flipp,
Nifty fingers! very fluid runs, I'd like to think there might be a musical background prior to your sax adventure.. (if not best I put mine to rest..)
I flipped (sorry!) it round with the progamme mentioned, took a few minutes, just make sure you uncheck the 3 Ask boxes... saves as .avi but it seems equal quality...
thanks for posting!
So whats wrong with Abba?
Cheers Taz, it was a great occasion all round, and one i really enjoyed, plus I learned a great deal from it too. Here is another clip, this time from the actual ceremony with the Bride enetering the room. This was an existing track which the B & G wanted a sax part over the top, so I tried to emulate the style of Jan garbarek, I think I got somewhere near lol.Well played, Flipp. That must have been a tough gig. I feel its far harder to play in front of friends but with the pressure of playing such an important gig, man you took it in your stride. Well done indeed. (Was it hard playing laying down like that? )))