One day i will...
The old dear looks blooming marvellous too
(Targa don’t !!!)
(Targa don’t !!!)
Fabulous. Thank you so much.Sorry I know this is an old thread, however you could add things like:
When the saints
Singin in the rain
I cant give you anything but love
the shiek of Araby
Ida, Sweet as apple Cider
Everybody loves my baby
Out of Nowhere
Night over Shanghai
I guess ill have to dream the rest
Shine on harvest Moon
Whistle while you work
Theres a long, long trail
Roses of Picardy
Pack up your troubles in an old kit bag
Im always chasing rainbows
Will you remember
Keep the home fires burnin
au revoir but not goodbye
the list is endless, It depends on what kind of crowd you have really
Is that a 50 watt amp or 150 watt amp?Yes, I have my backing tracks & sheet music linked together using ForScore on my iPad. I use a Qtx10 speaker (via the headphones socket on the iPad into the Mic socket of the speaker)
QTX QR10PA Portable Active PA Speaker at Gear4music
But whatever speaker you use, make sure beforehand that it had enough volume. What may seem loud on its own, can be too quiet to play sax over.
Obviously, you can use sheet music, and a separate MP3 player device into a speaker. The advantage of ForScore is that you teach it when the pages need turning and it just does it for you when you play!
The amp is for the backing tracks and vocals.Is that a 50 watt amp or 150 watt amp?
I found I didn’t need an amp. They could here me fine enough.
I’ve got one of these little adventurer speakers for backtracks and adding vocals. It’s a great little waterproof Bluetooth speaker. I’ve got all my songs on my iPhone.
Here’s one on eBay that has some info.
My experience with bluetooth speakers is that there is a lag between video and audio.