Try a harder reedPlease any advice like Colin has , greatly apprieciated
Thank you that’s a great piece of information.More advice:
- Take in more mouthpiece.
- Practice you B/C and C/B transitions so they are as seamless as all your other notes. You are moving your fingers too slowly and not in sync.
- It's difficult to tell by looking, but I think your embouchure is relying on bite pressure more than the muscles at the corners of your mouth and your chin (yes, chin muscles are used in a jazz sax embouchure). I assume you want a jazz sort of tone, so look at how that kind of embouchure is formed:
The Best Saxophone Embouchure: Where’s That Bottom Lip?The Best Saxophone Embouchure: Where's That Bottom Lip?www.neffmusic.com
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