Hey all, I had gotten curious about why the metalites had been discontinued so I decided to write someone at Rico with some questions. Suprisingly, I got a rather fast response from them. Here was there response: "Hello Joshua, Thanks for the email. I appreciate the feedback and have...Last Post By: Jazz Is All Yesterday, 04:05 PM
what artist first made u wanna play the saxophone? Ill be the first and truthfully say it was Kenny G, what can I say, I was 5 and he sounded kinda good and my family kept telling me that he was the best, I was young and impressionable but now my tastes have tooooottallly changed..... trust...Last Post By: hakukani Yesterday, 07:01 PM
A couple of my recent favourites are: Brian Blade Fellowship and Pat Metheny group - Still Life (talking) I find this kind of more modern jazz absolutely inspiring, emotionally, musically, everything. I love 'old' jazz too, but there's something about this kind of music that has been...Last Post By: Jazz Is All 09-24-2016, 02:50 PM
I was thinking: Why let players of MK6, Super 20, and other great horns have all the fun with their clubs? So, let's start one with Yamaha's legendary horn, the original 62 Series (mostly recognized with a purple, silkscreened Yami logo). Mine is a YSS-62. What have you got? Feel free...Last Post By: EdSaxman 09-23-2016, 09:57 AM
Time for a new and fresh Beginners & Intermediates (B&I) thread for 2016 (continuing from >the last B&I 2015 page<). This thread is for all Beginner and Intermediate players who would like to share their progress and recordings. Posting your stuff is great, but commenting and discussing on other...Last Post By: BanksD Yesterday, 06:05 PM
Just thinking out loud re the growling:
Facing some pads, for any given note, especially lower ones, is rapidly oscillating air pressure. (It is well away from any open tone hole.)
Dave, Latency is a standard setting in Audacity which you can determine by recording a generated 'click' track.
Search the Audacity manual (help function inside your program) for 'Latency' or...
That Selmer bought the patent issued to Adolphe Sax explains why the word Patent No. is stamped on its body. With respect to Grassi, unless my eyesight fails me, what appears to be registered is...renegade Today, 06:56 AM