Who'd a thought a virus would kill the music.
Much as I enjoyed your soprano playing, forget sax stuff for the moment, and lets get to the real important issue.Half of the 10 mins I did the other day was this:
and a similar amount of time was spent about a week ago doing this:
Well, once you've wandered around the garden a couple of times and noodled a bit on soprano, what then? Do it again? It's not appealing much to me.
On listening to the windy flowery one a friend suggested I should do something to waves on the beach. That seems to be getting a bit too close to "new age" stuff for my liking. However, it's a reason to wander down to the beach and record some waves as part of my daily exercise, so I might do it anyway. But it looks like rain today, so some other time.
Have you got a screw in a 'sliding slot' above the G# cup?Meanwhile my alto is misbehaving (I think it's something to do with the mechanism (spring?) that lifts the G sharp key cup as it's not lifting enough and it's 'wobbling'. Does the same with the octave key down. The G sharp is not sticking. They've said they'll sort it out free-of-charge as it shouldn't have happened (I'm sure it's an easy fix for an experienced hand). Trouble is of course when will I be able to get to them to have it done? At least a few weeks away I suspect.